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วันพุธที่ 22 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2560

Despite mounting evidence in Kim Jong-nam's killing, N. Korea still shameless

Despite mounting evidence in Kim Jong-nam's killing, N. Korea still shameless
- “The only country that benefits from this incident is South Korea,” said North Korean Ambassador to Malaysia Kang Chol on Feb. 20 as he denied allegations of North Korea’s involvement. On Feb. 17, he mentioned a conspiracy theory, raising the possibility that Malaysia had colluded with forces hostile to North Korea. It was entirely reasonable for Malaysia, which is currently investigating the incident, to summon Kang on Feb. 20 in protest and to recall its own ambassador to North Korea. Given North Korea‘s current behavior, it is absurd for Kang to suggest a joint investigation by the Malaysian police and the North Korean authorities.