North and South Korea are marking 60 years since the two nations called a truce after three years of violent conflict.
The reclusive north celebrated with a lavish display of missiles, goose-stepping soldiers and tanks in the country's capital, Pyongyang.
ITV News China Correspondent Angus Walker reports:
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