North Korean leader's half-brother killed by 'poison needles' in Malaysia, reports claim
TOKYO — The older half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been killed in Malaysia by two female agents with “poison needles,” South Korean media outlets reported Tuesday. The reports — which could not immediately be verified — said Kim's …
Kim Jong Un's Estranged Brother Murdered in MalaysiaBloomberg
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