Malaysia’s health minister said yesterday the body of Kim Jong Nam is still in Malaysia, six weeks after the exiled half brother of North Korea’s leader was poisoned
The remains of Kim Jong Nam, the deceased half-brother of North Korean despot Kim Jong Un, was released from the Kuala Lumpur Hospital yesterday, reported Malaysia’s The
Malaysian police said that they are hunting for more North Korean suspects over the killing of the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. National
Malaysian officials said yesterday that the family of Kim Jong Nam, who was killed last month, has given its consent to Malaysia to decide what to do
Malaysian police were able to confirm the identity of Kim Jong Nam, who was killed last month at Kuala Lumpur’s airport, using a DNA sample from one
An online video showing a person that identifies himself as Kim Han Sol, the oldest son of Kim Jong Nam, who was killed last month, prompted questions
Malaysia’s health minister said yesterday that the government will give relatives of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s estranged half brother two to three weeks to claim his body
Malaysia’s foreign minister said Saturday that the government hopes to begin formal talks with North Korea in the “next few days” on solving a diplomatic dispute
Two Malaysian employees of the U.N.’s World Food Program who were stranded in North Korea because of a travel ban have left the country, the U.N.
Malaysia’s prime minister said yesterday that relatives of Kim Jong Nam, the long-exiled half brother of North Korea’s ruler, may be too scared to come forward to
A man claiming to be the son of the slain half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has appeared in a YouTube video saying he’s safely with his mother and sister.
Two of the world’s most intriguing mysteries are in the hands of Malaysian investigators. Will they ever find all the answers to either? One of them — the
North Korea barred Malaysians from exiting its borders and Malaysia followed suit yesterday, turning ordinary citizens into pawns in the diplomatic battle surrounding the investigation into
Malaysia said yesterday that its expulsion of North Korea’s ambassador was intended to warn Pyongyang that it cannot manipulate the investigation into the killing of
Faced with the killing of its leader’s half brother in what appears to have all the trappings of a politically motivated hit, North Korea is turning up the volume
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