My Sinchew/ KimJongNam

N. Korea goes 'my way' with missiles and murder row

Dealing with a notorious murder by detonating a huge diplomatic row, and firing missiles as a practice assault on US bases in Japan -- North Korea's recent actions demonstrate its willingness to escalate tensions whatever the consequences, say analysts.


Video emerges of 'son' of assassinated Kim Jong-Nam

A video of a man describing himself as the son of assassinated North Korean exile Kim Jong-Nam emerged Wednesday, apparently the first time a family member has spoken about the killing.


Pyongyang adopts hostage strategy: former envoy

Former Malaysian ambassador to China Abdul Majid says Pyongyang is adopting a hostage strategy although it is unlikely Malaysia will succumb to its unreasonable demands.


Cabinet to discuss trade ties with North Korea Friday

The Cabinet is likely to discuss Malaysia's trade relations with North Korea at its meeting this Friday following rising tension between the two countries, said Second International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan.


All North Korean citizens banned from leaving: Najib

PM Najib says he has instructed the IGP to ban all North Korean citizens from leaving the country, until the safety of all Malaysians in North Korea is assured.


North Korea bans Malaysians from leaving

North Korea on Tuesday banned Malaysians from leaving the country, dramatically escalating an already-heated diplomatic row over the murder of Kim Jong Nam.


North Korean embassy staff barred from leaving Malaysia

DPM Ahmad Zahid says all North Korean embassy staff in the country will be barred from leaving Malaysia with immediate effect.


North Korea missiles 'drill for strike on US bases': KCNA

Nuclear-armed North Korea said Tuesday its missile launches were training for a strike on US bases in Japan, as global condemnation of the regime swelled.


Expelled N. Korea envoy in final verbal blast at Malaysia

North Korea's expelled ambassador fired a final verbal salvo at Malaysia Monday over its investigation into the assassination of the half-brother of Pyongyang's leader, describing the probe as biased.


Souring KL-Pyongyang relations

Kim Jong-nam's assassination shows that Pyongyang has been acting defiantly in its own way, treating incidents taking place elsewhere as its domestic affairs in total disregard of diplomatic protocol.


 

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