War of words continues between North Korea, Malaysia in wake of Kim Jong Un's half-brother's death - Toronto Star

Tensions rise between North Korea and Malaysia as authorities continue to piece together the details of the apparent assassination of the North Korean leader's estranged half-brother. This combination of file photos shows Kim Jong Nam, left, and his ...

Murder of North Korea's Kim Jong Nam: Timeline of intrigue - CNN

(CNN) With the death of a dictator's half-brother, things were bound to get interesting. The story of Kim Jong Nam's death has morphed into a murder-mystery filled with palace intrigue and geopolitical ramifications, topped with the surrealist tinge of ...

Vietnam seeks to verify information on suspect in killing of N.Korean leader's half brother - VnExpress International

A still image from a CCTV footage appears to show a man purported to be Kim Jong Nam talking to security personnel, after being accosted by a woman in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia on February 13, 2017. FUJITV/via ...

North Korea and Washington prepares to “talk” in DC - New Europe

A photograph released by the North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on 16 February 2017 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (C) during a national meeting to celebrate the 75th birth anniversary of late leader Kim Jong Il. Author. Regina Park ...

Kim Jong-nam 'assassination': CCTV footage shows moment North Korean leader's brother 'attacked in airport' - The Independent

CCTV footage of the moment Kim Jong-un's half-brother was allegedly attacked at Kuala Lumpur International Airport has been leaked. The footage, released by Japanese broadcaster Fuji TV, shows the suspected assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the ...

Video Appears To Show Airport Assassination Of Kim Jong Un's Brother - Huffington Post

A Japanese TV network has obtained surveillance video of what appears to be the shocking assassination last week of the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The chilling attack on Kim Jong ...

Kim death highlights N Korea commercial ties with SE Asia - Financial Times

The apparent assassination of the North Korean leader's half-brother in Kuala Lumpur, which triggered a fierce diplomatic clash between the two countries, has thrown a spotlight on the growing commercial ties between Pyongyang and Southeast Asia.

'North Korea regime behind Kim Jong-nam's death,' says acting President - Korea Times

It seems "certain" that the North Korean regime was behind the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of its leader Kim Jong-un, in Malaysia last week, acting President and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn said Monday. During a National ...

North Korean ambassador condemns 'political' investigation into assassination of Kim Jong-nam by Malaysian authorities - South China Morning Post

North Korea's top envoy in Kuala Lumpur has denounced Malaysia's investigation into the apparent killing of the exiled half brother of North Korea's ruler, calling it politically motivated and demanding a joint probe into the death. “The investigation ...

Brutality of NK regime - Korea Times

All things considered, it has become certain that North Korea was behind last week's murder of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of its leader Kim Jong-un. Now the time has come for the international community to discuss measures to deal with ...

Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia recalls envoy from North Korea - BBC News

Malaysia has stepped up diplomatic measures against North Korea in an escalating row over the killing of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un. Kim Jong-nam died in mysterious circumstances last week at an airport in the ...

Kim Jong Nam: Why would North Korea want him dead? - CNN

(CNN) Mystery still surrounds the sudden death of Kim Jong Nam, the eldest son of late North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il, in Kuala Lumpur airport last week. Police said Kim was assaulted from behind, and something may have been sprayed or held over his ...