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There was another day of mourning into the -- with Korean dictator Kim Jong ill.
The public and non stop -- laid out on state TV as visitors -- the body laying in state in the mausoleum in Pyongyang.
Stature Kim Jong Il's son and heir apparent Kim Jong-un was also burnished official media -- the twentysomething an outstanding leader.
All of this is attention is focused on the fortified demilitarized zone separating north and South Korea.
Looking at the face of the North Korean military a North Korean soldier standing guard here in the joint security area exactly on the border between north and South Korea.
In the wake of the death -- longtime North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il reports are that the military in the north are on high alert.
The officers have been asked to pledge allegiance to the heir apparent Kim Jong alone.
US military officials say they don't see anything completely out of the ordinary here on the border but everybody.
-- be staying on message.
Specifically the Pentagon says it is seeing no build up or unusual movements of North Korean troops at the border.
Tours are still being allowed to visit the site.
Still with South Korean forces being backed up by some 20000 American troops in the Korean Peninsula the US is not dropping its guard.
For its part South Korea's government is making some conciliatory moves.
It has not expressed condolences to the North Korean government today it announced it is allowing its citizens to do so -- letter or fax.
The funeral for Kim Jong-Il is set for next Wednesday expect a lot more -- to come.
In Seoul South Korea Greg Palkot Fox News.
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