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Brother’s murder, the head of North Korea.

Published on February 14, 2017 by   ·   No Comments

Seoul (South Korea):
North Korean leader Kim Jon Un half-brother Kim Jong Nam (45), was murdered in Malaysia. He protests against the country’s authoritarian tendencies and living an anonymous life. Kim, who is a lawyer, his father Kim Jong-2 during the considered the political heir. After the death of his brother, Kim Jong Un took over the reins.

In 2001, Kim Jong Nam the forged documents to enter Japan illegally. After the United States and spent some time there. He lived mostly in China’s Macao region. In this context, he was involved in at the airport in Kuala Lumpur on Monday to come to Malaysia. There are two female agents, he was still unknown to the moment of giving lethal injections, officials said, and disappeared.

 

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