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 the most high position in the regime of Kim Jong Un.

During the ruling, Kim Jong Un is rumored to have execute some important figures of that country including Jang Song Taek, his uncle own, in 2013.

Kim Jong Nam is the eldest son of the late Kim Jong Il and during this time living in a foreign country without the title or any office.

He was born of a relationship isn’t official Kim Jong Il with Sung Hae Rim, actress the birth of South Korea who died in Moscow.

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