Kim Jong-nam, the older half brother of Kim Jong-Un, passed away on February 13, 2017, after an exposure to VX nerve agent at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia.
It was widely reported that he was assassinated on the others of Kim Jong-un.
It was also reported that four North Korean suspects travelled back to from the airport to Pyongyang that same day.
About North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un
Kim Jong-un has been North Korea’s supreme leader since 2011
He is a son of Kim Jong-il, the country’s second supreme leader who ruled from 1994 to 2011, and the grandson of Kim Il-sung, the founder and first supreme leader of North Korea.
After his father’s death in 2011, Kim became his successor, and presided over the affairs of the state.
Kim belongs to the Presidium of the WPK Politburo, the highest decision-making body, and holds the highest rank of Marshal in the Korean People’s Army.
Kim is a totalitarian and a dictator, just like his founding fathers and had previously been charged for crimes against humanity by the United Nations Human Rights Council, following the killing of several North Korean officials in 2014, the assassination of his half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, in Malaysia, in 2017, and many other crimes.
Kim is known for expanding North Korea’s nuclear program and for combatting the COVID-19 pandemic in the country during its outbreak.