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S. Korea blasts news of Kim murder via loudspeaker to North

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South Korea is using giant loudspeakers to blast news of the dramatic assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother across the border with its reclusive northern neighbour, it was reported Thursday. Kim Jong-Nam — the eldest son of the North’s…
South Korea is using giant loudspeakers to blast news of the dramatic assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother across the border with its reclusive northern neighbour, it was reported Thursday.
Kim Jong-Nam — the eldest son of the North’s late leader Kim Jong-Il — died on February 13 after being attacked by two women at a Kuala Lumpur airport in what is suspected to be a murder planned by Pyongyang.
The North’s state media remained quiet on the killing until it released a scathing denouncement of the Malaysian investigation Thursday, without identifying Jong-Nam as the victim.
But the South this week employed its banks of high-decibel loudspeakers to ensure details of the death of Jong-Nam, once believed to be the likely heir, reverberated through wide swathes of the border area, Seoul’s MBC TV station said.
“Kim Jong-Nam… died after being attacked by two unidentified women at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia,” blared the message from the speakers and replayed by the TV station.

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