Kim Jong Nam killed by Assassins

Kim Jong-Nam the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly been assassinated by two female assassins who allegedly attacked him from behind with poison at a Malaysian airport. The 45-year-old is widely known as a controversial figure, and there have been several unsuccessful attempts to end his life.

Jong Nam the eldest son of Kim Jong II the former supreme leader of  Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), became infamous in 2001 when he was detained at a Tokyo airport while trying to sneak into Tokyo Disneyland on a false Dominican passports. Jong-Nam fell out with his brother Jong-Un back in 2012 when he told a Japanese Journalist that his brother lack 'any sense of duty or seriousness' and warned that bribery and corruption would lead to North Korea's eventual collapse

Jong-Nam who has been living on vitual exile for the pass ten years, died at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, the police handling the investigation has describe his death as 'suden' as the result of his autopsy is yet to come out, but there are rumours circulating that he was assassinated.

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