'Kim Jong Nam's son' posts video from secret hide-out

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It is the first confirmation from Malaysia on the identity of the North Korean dictator's half brother. It is unknown where the video was shot though South Korea's Yonhap news agency points out that there is a town near Pyongyang named Cheollima, which may relate to the group that released it. "I'm now with my mother and my sister.we hope that this (situation) gets better soon".

Malaysian police have formally identified Kim Jong-nam as the victim of a fatal nerve agent attack at Kuala Lumpur's airport.

Kim Han Sol pictured attending college in France in 2013.

Kim Han Sol is the son of Kim Jong Nam's second wife, who had been living in the Chinese territory of Macau with Kim under Beijing's protection after the family went into exile several years ago. "We will protect you". After high school, he attended Sciences Po in Paris.

The mysterious death of Kim Jong-nam continues to deepen after his son appeared on a YouTube video last Tuesday.

The ambassador has made no public comment on his expulsion. The Malaysians in the North are mostly diplomats.

Expressing hope that Malaysia would have divine guidance to secure the safe return of the remaining nine Malaysians in North Korea and to resolve the murder here, Najib went on to describe Malaysia's friendly stance. The website stated that they have relocated Jong-nam's family members safely.

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In 2011, multiple news outlets reported on social media posts published by Kim Han Sol.

The 40-second video dated March 7 was posted on YouTube by Cheollima Civil Defense, which released a statement on its website explaining that last month it had responded to an emergency request for "extraction and protection" from surviving relatives of Kim Jong-nam, who died at an airport in Malaysia on February 13. Kim Han Sol has said he has never met his uncle, who became the leader of North Korea five years ago.

"Malaysia always maintains good relations with all countries".

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said that they have fulfilled all the requirements in identifying the body as Kim Jong-nam's.

"Through the Dutch ambassador, who serves as the country's diplomatic representative to both North and South Korea, the Dutch government asked for the cooperation of the South and USA governments to protect Kim, who was smuggled out of Macau to a third country".