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Showcasing a nation that's in a world of its own, the shuttered North Korea drew the curtains wide open today for everyone to witness its arsenal.
Armed soldiers paraded and huge lines of military equipment were shown off during a celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Worker's Party. North Koreans heralded their dictator like a God.
"The Korean army is ready to aggressive wars waged by the U.S." leader Kim Jong-Un proclaimed.
ITV News' Lucy Watsonreports from Pyongyang:
Aircraft flew over Pyongyang in formation as part of ongoing celebrations of the 70th anniversary of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party.
One set of aircraft formed the number 70 in the skies above Kim Il Sung Square.
Huge lines of military equipment, including tanks, have also been shown off in the square in front of leader Kim Jong-un.
North Korea is ready to fight "any kind of war waged by the US", leader Kim Jong Un said in a speech during celebrations to mark 70 years of the ruling Workers' Party.
Addressing troops gathered in Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung Square, he said: "The party's revolutionary armament means we are ready to fight any kind of war waged by the U.S. imperialists."
A senior Chinese Communist Party official was present at the event as an envoy of President Xi Jinping.
A huge military parade took place in North Korea on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party.
Supreme leader Kim Jong-un attended the ceremony in Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung Square, which saw troops marching in formation.
Armoured vehicles have also been seen lining the streets of the secretive country's capital.
The start of the ceremony, expected to be one of the largest held by North Korea, was delayed by rain.
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