Parade to show off North Korea's 'military might'


North Korea's Kim Jong-un has told crowds in Pyongyang the days when their country could be threatened are "forever gone", in his first public speech as leader.

He was speaking during a huge military parade in the capital's main square, during which what appeared to be a large new missile was unveiled.

Damian Grammaticas reports from Pyongyang.

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