North Koreans have attended a mass rally against the US, a day after the country's leader issued a rare statement attacking US President Donald Trump.
Up to 100,000 people filled Kim Il-sung Square in central Pyongyang to listen to speeches which included a readout of Kim Jong-un's Friday statement.
The rally lasted about one hour, just before dusk, and followed a routine which North Korean authorities often use when there are important events or statements to emphasize support for.
The main speech at the rally was made by Pyongyang City People's Committee Chairman Cha Hui Rim.
Since the release of Kim's statement early on Friday, North Korean state media has been full of attacks on Trump, more than ever before.

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