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This image dated March 9, 2014 and received on March 10 shows Kim Yo-Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, casting her ballot for the election of a deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly at sub-constituency No. 43 of Constituency No. 105 at the Kim Il Sung University of Politics. Kim Yo-Jong, believed to be 26, accompanied her elder brother to a polling station on March 9 when North Korea held stage-managed elections to its rubber stamp parliament.
This image dated March 9, 2014 and received on March 10 shows Kim Yo-Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, casting her ballot for the election of a deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly at sub-constituency No. 43 of Constituency No. 105 at the Kim Il Sung University of Politics. Kim Yo-Jong, believed to be 26, accompanied her elder brother to a polling station on March 9 when North Korea held stage-managed elections to its rubber stamp parliament.

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CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, and her new role within the North Korean government.