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South Korean agencies can't confirm report claiming that Kim Jong-un's half brother Kim Jong-nam was CIA source

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South Korean agencies on Tuesday have said that they can not confirm a report by The Wall Street Journal that the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-nam, was a US intelligence source.
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