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Malaysia police deny prejudice against Kim murder suspects
A Malaysian police investigator says the absence of four North Korean suspects believed to have orchestrated the killing of their leader's half brother didn't cause prejudice against the two women on trial
Lawyer: Kim murder suspect thought smearing face was prank
A lawyer says the Vietnamese woman accused of killing the North Korean leader's half brother told police she realized she had been used to murder him after she was detained
Vietnamese recruited 2 months before Kim Jong Nam's murder
The lawyer for a Vietnamese woman accused of murdering the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader says she was recruited by a North Korean suspect at a Hanoi bar two months before the killing
Novichok agents: All about the chemical weapon used in ex-Russian spy's poisoning
Speaking today, the United Kingdom's Prime Minister Theresa May identified the poison used in an attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter as a type of “military grade” nerve agent developed by Russia known as "Novichok." Novichok — which means "newcomer" in Russian — is the codename for a
Son of Kim Jong Nam is reportedly in hiding: Part 6
Intelligence sources say 22-year-old Kim Han Sol is the target of death squads.
Dennis Rodman on his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un : Part 3
"Even though they say he's a bad man but he, to me, he's not a bad man," the former NBA player told ABC News' Bob Woodruff.
Former bodyguard on what Kim Jong Un's isolated childhood was like: Part 2
Lee Young-guk, the former bodyguard of Kim Jong Il, said the young Kim Jong Un spent time with adults, who educated and played with him.
A who's who of family members in the North Korean Kim family dynasty
Ko Yong Hui is the mother of current North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, whose father was Kim Jong Il.
Kim Jong Un was 'stressed,' 'angry' as a child, former family bodyguard says
An ex-bodyguard for North Korea’s former dictator Kim Jong Il said the country’s current leader, Kim Jong Un , lived an isolated childhood that left him “stressed” and “quick-tempered.” Lee Young-guk, who was one of the Kim Jong Il's personal bodyguards for 11 years, told ABC News' Bob Woodruff
The biggest international stories of 2017: From North Korea and Yemen to ISIS and terrorism
2017 was a tumultuous year on the global stage as world leaders confronted a morphing U.S. role in international affairs and crises across the world. President Donald Trump projected a policy of "America First" as he ceded the United States' leadership on climate change, blasted international