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Here, the headlines of the day where, in addition, you can read all the news and the latest news today on ABC. Everything that has happened this Saturday, December 25 in the world and in Spain:

Kim Jong-un’s unprodigious decade

It’s been a decade since Kim Jong-un took power in North Korea after the death of his father, the ‘Dear Leader’ Kim Jong-il, of a heart attack on December 17, 2011. After the mandatory mass hysteria that broke out at the funeral as he passed through the snowy streets of Pyongyang, and after a six-month mourning, the young heir began his ‘reign’ with an air of renewal. But ten years later, and after the failure of the summits with Trump for his nuclear disarmament, he is taking advantage of the coronavirus to further close his country, burying the hopes for change that had fueled the succession.

Violence and economic collapse spur Afghan exodus

Afghanistan is reissuing passports, although leaving the country remains an extremely risky endeavor. The processing centers, especially that of Acceptance, have become an objective of the Islamic State and accentuated the feeling of terror and collapse in a population that faces the severity of the regime, the debacle of the banking system and hunger, to the point that right now it sustains its survival in the bartering and assistance from the World Food Program and other organizations.

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