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In a picture taken on June 4, 2010 Kim Jong-Nam, the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, waves after an interview with South Korean media representatives in Macau.  Kim Jong-Nam was in the limelight with Seoul's JoongAng Ilbo newspaper carrying a snatched interview with him at a hotel in Macau. Jong-Nam declined knowledge of the warship incident, it reported, and said his father is "doing well".  North Korean Leader  Leader Kim Jong-Il on June 7 attended a rare second annual session of parliament at which Kim's brother-in-law was promoted and the country's prime minister was sacked, state media reported.  REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT  AFP PHOTO / JOONGANG SUNDAY VIA JOONGANG ILBO (Photo credit should read JoongAng Sunday/AFP/Getty Images)
In a picture taken on June 4, 2010 Kim Jong-Nam, the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, waves after an interview with South Korean media representatives in Macau.  Kim Jong-Nam was in the limelight with Seoul's JoongAng Ilbo newspaper carrying a snatched interview with him at a hotel in Macau. Jong-Nam declined knowledge of the warship incident, it reported, and said his father is "doing well".  North Korean Leader  Leader Kim Jong-Il on June 7 attended a rare second annual session of parliament at which Kim's brother-in-law was promoted and the country's prime minister was sacked, state media reported.  REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT  AFP PHOTO / JOONGANG SUNDAY VIA JOONGANG ILBO (Photo credit should read JoongAng Sunday/AFP/Getty Images)

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The half-brother of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un was murdered in Malaysia. South Korean intelligence believes Kim Jong Nam was killed with poison, official says. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.

Officials: Kim Jong Un's half-brother murdered

The half-brother of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un was murdered in Malaysia. South Korean intelligence believes Kim Jong Nam was killed with poison, official says. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.