US, South Korea to blame for Jong-Nam murder, claims Pyongyang


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017

UNITED NATIONS: North Korea's Permanent Representative to the United Nations has denied that the man assassinated in Malaysia was the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and that the United States and South Korea should be blamed for the killing.

Kim In-ryong told the media here Monday that the case of the assassination "is the product of reckless moves of the United States and South Korean authorities aimed to ... tarnish the image of the dignified DPRK and to bring down the Socialist system".

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