Malaysian Officer Make Sure the Death of Kim Jong-Nam

Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un confirmed dead in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Monday February, 13, 2017. Jong Nam breathed his last after found hospital at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. This assurance was conveyed by the Head of the Criminal Investigation Department of the State of Selangor, Malaysia, Fadzil Ahmat. Police described the incident as “sudden death“, and now still waiting for the investigation of post-mortem. Meanwhile, the BBC mentions, based on sources close to the office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia…

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Half-brother of Kim Jong Un Reportedly Killed in Malaysia

Half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly killed in Malaysia, as quoted by Yonhap news agency, say, Kim Jong Nam was killed on Monday, February 13, 2017, without giving more details. Television station Chosun reported, Kim Jong Nam was killed by two anonymous women in an airport in Malaysia with the use of poisonous needles. The two women immediately fled and Malaysian police suspect the North Korean government is behind the murder. If this news is confirmed, then the death of Kim Jong-Nam is the murder figures with…

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North Korea Want Reunification, South Korea Calls for Anti-North Korea

In the middle of North Korea leader’s appeal, Kim Jong-Un to undertake reunification of Korea, South Korea and even activists flew balloons contain anti-Pyongyang leaflets. The balloons across the border on Tuesday when North Korea participated in welcoming the new year with Fireworks. About 30 activists flew balloons carrying seven yag 28,000 flyers in a border town of Gwanjeonri, Cheorwon shouting shouts, “Dropped the North Korea dictator’s dynasty!” The launch of the balloons that sparked the fight with ten local residents who expressed their concern over retaliatory Bombings, but no…

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North Korea Rocket Launched Successful, South Korea Urges UNSC Meeting Degree

South Korea, The United States and Japan asked the UN Security Council meeting held to discuss long-range rocket launched in North Korea. About 90 minutes after the launch, North Korea announced a successful trial of ballistic missiles to put satellites in orbit. Test-drive it instantly condemned by Seoul and Washington as well as a number of other countries. “At the request of South Korea, the meeting of the United Nations Security Council will be held on Thursday at 01:00 Seoul time,” said South Korean Foreign Ministry official. The United States…

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