A week since news broke that the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had been assassinated, a clearer picture is emerging of the Cold War-style killing in Kuala Lumpur's international airport. Here is what we know -- and what we still don't know -- about the death of Kim Jong-Nam. Show More Summary
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In response to North Korea's latest missile test, and perhaps to the apparent assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, China has declared it will cease coal imports from North Korea for the entirety...
Malaysia summoned the North Korean ambassador on Monday for a dressing-down over Pyongyang's attack on its investigation into the assassination of leader Kim Jong-Nam's brother, deepening a diplomatic row. Five North Koreans are in the...Show More Summary
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — North Korea's ambassador to Malaysia denounced the country's investigation into the death of the exiled half brother of North Korea's ruler, calling it politically motivated and demanding a joint probe amid increasingly bitter exchanges between the once-friendly nations.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian authorities said on Tuesday they had still to establish what was used to kill the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and the body had not been formally identified as no next of kin have come forward.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian authorities said on Tuesday they had yet to determine a cause of death in the killing of the half-brother of North Korea's leader, and had still to confirm the identity as no next of kin has come forward.
Malaysian officials say a cause of death has not yet been determined for the exiled member of North Korea's ruling family who died last week after apparently being poisoned in … Click to Continue »
Rumours still abound about bizarre attack on North Korean leader's half brother at Malaysia airport.
Malaysian police said Sunday they believe five North Koreans were involved in the murder of the half-brother of leader Kim Jong-Un, with four having fled the country on the day of the killing. Seoul said the announcement proved Pyongyang...Show More Summary
A week since news broke that the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had been assassinated, a clearer picture is emerging of the Cold War-style killing in Kuala Lumpur's international airport. But rumours still abound about...Show More Summary
China?s snap decision to halt North Korean coal imports -? a key economic lifeline for Pyongyang ?- has a broader motive aimed at shaping Donald Trump's as yet undefined policy towards the North's rogue nuclear arms programme, experts say. Show More Summary
By Joseph Sipalan and Praveen Menon KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Four North Korean suspects in the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fled Malaysia on the day he was attacked at Kuala Lumpur airport and apparently killed by a fast-acting poison, police said on Sunday. Show More Summary
Security camera footage obtained by Japanese television appears to show a careful and deliberate attack last week on the exiled half brother of North Korea's ruler.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is once again making headlines — this time for his step-brother Kim Jong Nam’s death due to alleged poisoning in Malaysia on Feb. 13. It is being speculated that the North Korean leader is behind the killing of Kim Jong Nam. The North Korean leader’s personal...
North Korea doesn't have many friends. There's China, its closest ally, and Singapore, where the North Korean elite have long gone in search of investors and shipping contracts. There are … Click to Continue »
Following a bumpy week in China-North Korea relations, Beijing has decided to halt all coal imports from its nuclear-obsessed neighbor for the rest of the year. [ more › ]
Poll: Trump's approval rating after first month is historically low A month into Donald Trump's presidency and his job approval rating keeps breaking records -- but probably not in the way the administration would prefer. According to a Gallup poll over the... Show More Summary
Chilling closed-circuit security footage has emerged of the killing of Kim Jong Nam last week, showing two attackers took less than three seconds to carry out the assault on the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. As the...Show More Summary