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TOKYO, December 19 (Itar-Tass) — The situation in North Korea’s Pyongyang is calm and quiet after Kim Jong Il’s death, Japan’s Kyodo news agency reported with reference to a diplomatic source in Pyongyang on Monday.
Citizens gather in front of portraits of the North Korean leader, who died at 69 on December 17.
However, in general people return to their businesses, the movement of transport is not disturbed.
Earlier the Korean Central Television said that after reports on the death of Kim Jong Il were made public, people started gathering in front of the monument to his father, revered North Korean founder Kim Il Sung.
According to the Chinese television, some stores are closed in the capital city.