**NKorea's Kim Attends Korean War Ceremony**
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has kicked off his country's celebration of the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. Mr. Kim on Thursday paid his respects to the war dead and laid a wreath to commemorate the opening of a new cemetery outside Pyongyang.
It was a rare public appearance for the young leader, who was joined by war veterans from the United States, China, and his own country.
Pyongyang has planned several days of nationalistic celebrations of what it views as its victory in the bloody, three-year conflict.
**China: Bo Xilai Indicted for Bribery, Corruption, Abuse of Power**
Chinese state media say disgraced Communist Party heavyweight Bo Xilai has been indicted for bribery, corruption, and abuse of power.
The official Xinhua news agency said Bo was indicted Thursday in Jinan, the capital of the eastern coastal Shandong province.
Several media reports have suggested that Bo's long-awaited trial, China's most scandalous in decades, would take place this week.
Bo's wife, Gu Kailai, has been convicted of murdering British businessman Neil Heywood over a financial dispute last year.