Kim Jong Nam | Alias Facebook account shut down

A Facebook account that appears to be owned by the recently assassinated half-brother of the North Korean leader has surfaced under the alias confirmed by Malaysian authorities, Kim

China loses a friend – and leverage – with Kim’s murder

Kim Jong Nam, 45, lived out of North Korea for many years and had close links to China. He started families in both Beijing and Macau,

Mystery deepens, questions build in North Korea princeling death 

What do we really know about the sudden death of an exiled North Korean princeling? Aside from heated media speculation and an instant “it’s-gotta-be-Pyongyang” reaction from Seoul’s spy agency,

Diplomats meet with woman arrested

Indonesian diplomats have met with a woman arrested in Malaysia for suspected involvement in the killing of the North Korean leader’s half brother and confirmed she is an

In eye of storm, N. Koreans fete leader’s birthday

Unaware of reports his eldest son — and current leader Kim Jong Un’s half brother — was killed just days ago in what appears to have been

The North Korean Mata Haris

* Movies: 50 Shades Darker * Books: The Freedom Broker * Music: Son Volt, “Notes of Blue” * Wine: The Pride of Peru

News of the world | North Korean and its long history of using women spies

A South Korean passenger plane that exploded off the coast of Southeast Asia. Army officers lured into sexual encounters. A secret agent spirited back to North Korea in a

Two women, one man arrested in Kim Jong Nam’s death in Malaysia

Two women and a man have been arrested in the killing of Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean leader's half brother who was reportedly poisoned this week by a pair

Days in Macau | Kim Jong Nam led low-key lifestyle in city’s downtown

Kim Jong Nam was rumored to have lived in Macau for around a decade after he fell out of favor with the North Korean regime,

Woman arrested in killing of N. Korean leader’s half brother

Malaysian police arrested a woman yesterday in the apparent assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean leader’s exiled half brother who South Korean spies say

China protected Kim and his family in Macau

It looks like a perfectly staged assassination, straight out of the pages of a spy novel: Kim Jong Nam, the estranged, exiled half brother of North Korean leader Kim

Did a South Korean news report doom Kim Jong Un’s brother? 

Intelligence officials believe North Korean agents assassinated leader Kim Jong Un’s exiled half brother, but if the whodunit seems settled, a very big question still looms:

Thursday, February 16, 2017 – edition 2744

• Reports: Kim lived in Taipa, daughter attends local school * Alexis Tam confirms Central Library will be built at old court building * SSM agrees with revamped smoking lounges * IMF lauds

Kim Jong Un brother murdered while awaiting Macau bound flight

Kim Jong Nam, the older brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was attacked at Kuala Lumpur’s airport and died on the way to a