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Kim Jong-nam assassination in Malaysia and missile tensions hit tourism to North Korea

Tourists are being dissuaded from visiting North Korea following the February assassination in Malaysia of the half brother of Kim Jong-un, the secretive state’s leader, and as the prospect grows of..
S.China Morning Post

Nearly 300 North Koreans surrender in Malaysia for overstaying

Malaysia revoked visa-free entry for North Koreans after the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Feb. 13.
DNA

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Opinion Journal: Why China Props Up Pyongyang 02:22

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the view from Beijing. Photo credit: Associated Press.
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News video: Video Shows a North Korean with Kim Jong Nam Murder Suspect

Video Shows a North Korean with Kim Jong Nam Murder Suspect 01:12

A video posted on Jan. 9 to the Facebook page of Siti Aisyah, one of two women facing charges of murdering the half brother of North Korea’s leader, shows Ms. Aisyah on a bench in downtown Kuala..
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News video: Kim Jong-nam's murder hearing postponed

Kim Jong-nam's murder hearing postponed 01:53

The two women accused of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have appeared in court.
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News video: Malaysia to trade Kim Jong-Nam’s body for nine captives in North Korea

Malaysia to trade Kim Jong-Nam’s body for nine captives in North Korea 00:41

Malaysia announced that they will release Kim Jong-Nam’s body back to North Korea following negotiations with the country. After Kim was poisoned at an airport in Kuala Lumpur by two women, tensions..
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News video: Why did Kim Jong-nam have to be killed?

Why did Kim Jong-nam have to be killed? 03:07

His half-brother is not the first member of his family to be killed, since Kim Jong-un became North Korea's leader in 2011.
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US releases footage of 'mother of all bombs' being dropped

us releases footage of 'mother of all bombs' being dropped
*Washington*: The Pentagon on Friday released video footage of the moment that the GBU-43 bomb, the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US arsenal, destroyed a complex of caves and tunnels of the Islamic..
Mid-Day

Tensions Rise in East Asia as Day of the Sun Approaches

Tensions continue to rise on the Korean peninsula. Abu Sayyaf militants attack a Philippines resort island. Philippines’ President Duterte cancels his trip to the South China Sea. Defendants in the..
VOA News

Kim Jong-nam accused arrive at court in bullet-proof vests

kim jong-nam accused arrive at court in bullet-proof vests
Siti Aisyah, from Indonesia, and Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam are the only suspects in custody in the February 13 killing of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged brother of North Korea's dictator.
MailOnline

Defense in Kim Jong Nam murder case fear 'trial by ambush'

Lawyers for two women accused of murdering Kim Jong Nam say Malaysian police still have not provided them with security camera footage and documents crucial to the defense.
FOXNews.com

In Kim Jong-nam Case, Women’s Lawyers Denounce North Koreans’ Release

Malaysia’s decision to free the North Korean suspects ended chances of bringing the real culprits to justice, say lawyers for the two women accused in the killing.
NYTimes.com

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