Massive displays of mourning for former North Korean dictator
NBC News — Massive displays of public mourning continue in North Korea. Mourners are gathering on the streets of the North Korean capital, Pyongyang to show their grief of the "Dear Leader's" passing.
Massive displays of emotion such as this were last seen in the reclusive communist country 17 years ago when Kim Jong Il's father died. North Korean officials say the country will remain in mourning until Kim Jong Il's funeral on the 28th.