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N. Korea more isolated than ever after killing

North Korea had few friends even before the assassination of the leader's half-brother at a Kuala Lumpur airport last week, but the fallout from the killing looks set to further isolate the nuclear-armed state.

A lesson from Kim's killing

Conventional logic does not apply to an impressionable and tyrannical leader of an autocratic state. It is now time to review our diplomatic policy to stop us from getting sucked into any international conspiracy.

Full post-mortem report pending analysis by Chemistry Dept: Health DG

The full report on the post-mortem conducted on the remains of Kim Jong-nam will be available after completion of the Chemistry Department's forensic analysis, said Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

Envoy's remark an insult to Malaysia: Anifah

"Until now the embassy has been respecting the Malaysian police and is waiting for a fair and objective outcome of the investigation. Instead, the police are suspecting us."

Kim killing one week on: what we know

A week since news broke that the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had been assassinated, a clearer picture is emerging of the Cold War-style killing in Kuala Lumpur's international airport.

N. Korea, Malaysia row as Kim killing film emerges

North Korea locked horns with Malaysia on Monday over the investigation into the killing of leader Kim Jong-Un's brother, as footage emerged of the moment he was fatally attacked in a Kuala Lumpur airport.

North Korea suggests joint probe into killing

North Korea has proposed a joint investigation with Malaysia into the murder of Kim Jong-nam.

We can't trust Malaysian investigation: N. Korea

Pyongyang cannot trust the Malaysian police investigation into the sudden death of a North Korean, the country's ambassador said Monday, after officers identified the victim as the half-brother of the North's leader.

Malaysia summons envoy as Kim killing row deepens

Malaysia summoned the North Korean ambassador on Monday for a dressing-down over Pyongyang's attack on its investigation into the assassination of leader Kim Jong-Nam's brother, deepening a diplomatic row.

N. Koreans in Malaysia keep low profile after Kim killing

Malaysia's only North Korean restaurant promises a glimpse into life in the reclusive state but it has been shuttered since news broke of the assassination of leader Kim Jong-Un's brother, with security guards turning customers away.


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