Kim Jong-Nam's body returned to North Korea as suspects released - Yahoo News

The body of Kim Jong-Nam has arrived in North Korea, along with three people wanted for questioning by Malaysian authorities over his murder. Kim, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, was poisoned in Kuala Lumpur airport after VX nerve ...

Pyongyang wins: Park arrest, Malaysia deal - The Daily Star

TOKYO: There might well have been some corks popping in Pyongyang Friday. Not only did North Korean officials manage to repatriate the body of leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half brother and three North Korean citizens questioned in his assassination ...

Three North Koreans cleared over Kim Jong Nam death - East Lothian Courier

Three North Koreans who have been hiding out in their country's embassy in Malaysia for weeks have been allowed to fly home after investigators cleared them of wrongdoing in the death of Kim Jong Nam. The move came after Malaysia and North Korea ...

Body of Kim Jong Nam arrives in North Korea - RTE.ie

Three North Koreans wanted for questioning over the murder of the estranged half-brother of their country's leader returned home today along with the body of victim Kim Jong Nam after Malaysia agreed a swap deal with the reclusive state. Malaysian ...

Malaysians held in NoKor return home - Tempo

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) – Nine Malaysians freed by Pyongyang arrived home early Friday, after Kuala Lumpur agreed to send back the body of the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader, ending a bitter feud between the two countries.

Kim deal chance for N.Korea to bury murder evidence: analysts - The Manila Times

SEOUL: North Korea's retrieval of the body of the assassinated half brother of leader Kim Jong-Un is aimed at destroying evidence of the regime's involvement in the brutal killing, analysts say. Kim Jong-Nam was killed with the lethal nerve agent VX on ...

Kim Jong-nam: Malaysians stranded in North Korea return home - AZERTAC News

Nine Malaysians who were prevented from leaving North Korea have arrived home, after the two countries struck a deal to end a diplomatic row. According to BBC, the quarrel, over last month's killing of Kim Jong-nam in Kuala Lumpur, had resulted in both ...

Malaysia Cleared 3 North Koreans in Assassination Before Allowing Them to Leave - Voice of America

Malaysia's police chief said Friday that investigators interviewed three North Koreans they had sought in the killing of the half brother of North Korea's leader and cleared them of wrongdoing before allowing them to leave the country. National police ...

Kim Jong Nam's Body Traded for 9 Malaysians in North Korea - Newsmax

Kim Jong Nam, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. (AP Photos/Shizuo Kambayashi, Wong Maye-E, File). By Clyde Hughes | Friday, 31 Mar 2017 09:49 AM. Close. More ways to share... Stumbled. LinkedIn. Vine. Reddit. Delicious. Newstrust.

Malaysia-North Korea ties not severed - The Sun Daily

CHENNAI: Malaysia did not sever relations with North Korea after the republic fulfilled the demands made in the negotiation process which led to the release of nine Malaysian nationals who were detained in Pyongyang recently. Prime Minister Datuk Seri ...

Kim Jong-nam's body arrives back in North Korea - The Guardian

The body of the assassinated half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has arrived in Pyongyang, apparently accompanied by three men initially named by Malaysian police as suspects in his murder. Kim Jong-nam was attacked with the lethal nerve ...

China confirms return of Kim Jong-nam's body - Business Standard

China on Friday confirmed that the body of Kim Jong-nam, half-brother of the North Korean leader, was flown back to Pyongyang from Kuala Lumpur via Beijing on Friday, following authorisation from Malaysia. "The body of the North Korean citizen killed ...

Malaysia Sends Men Questioned In Murder Back To North Korea, Along With Kim's Body - NET Website

A standoff over the murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother has seemingly ended, after Malaysia released the body of Kim Jong-nam and allowed the departure of two men who had been questioned about his death. The North Korean group ...

Malaysia Retains Ties With North Korea - Najib - malaysiandigest.com

CHENNAI: Malaysia will retain diplomatic ties with North Korea following the murder case of North Korean national Kim Jong-nam. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said despite the difficulties faced, the Kim Jong-nam murder case was settled ...

North Korea : Najib Praised The Support Shown By Malaysians - malaysiandigest.com

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today praised the people who strongly supported the government's efforts in resolving the diplomatic crisis with North Korea. He said the support from all Malaysians including the opposition ...

N. Korean murder suspects go home with victim's body as Malaysia forced to swap - Yahoo Singapore News

Passengers believed to be North Koreans including Kim Uk Il (L) are seen inside an airplane for the flight bound for Beijing, at an airport in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, in this photo taken by Kyodo March 30, 2017. Mandatory credit Kyodo/via REUTERS. More.

Kim Jong-nam deal: Relief but many unanswered questions - BBC News

The body of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of the North Korean leader, has been returned to North Korea under the terms of a deal agreed with Malaysia. But it remains unclear what that means for the investigation into his death, writes BBC Southeast ...

Kim Jong-nam's Body Leaves Beijing for Pyongyang - KBS WORLD Radio News

Two North Koreans suspected of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong-nam have returned to Pyongyang as part of a diplomatic agreement with Malaysia. Hyon Kwang-song, the second secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Malaysia, and Kim Uk-il, ...

Malaysia Lets Three Former Suspects in Kim Jong Nam Killing Go - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

SELANGOR, Malaysia—Malaysia allowed three North Koreans who were formally suspects in the killing of Kim Jong Nam to leave the country after police recorded statements from them in connection with the killing of the half-brother of North Korea's dictator.

North Korea Is Upset With John McCain For Calling Kim Jong-un "That Crazy Fat Kid" - Esquire.co.uk

A nation so absurd that it's almost (actually not at all when you think about the nuclear weapons and hunger camps etc) funny, North Korea's cage has been rattled again, this time thanks to U.S. senator calling Kim Jong-Un 'that crazy fat kid.' SEE ...