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One Year After Airport Assassination Malaysia Downgrading Ties To North Korea
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14 Feb 2018 03:39 AM EST

According to a report by Reuters, sources familiar with the government's plans have said that Malaysia is further downgrading its one-close ties with Pyongyang, one year after the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was assassinated at Kuala Lumpur's airport. Reuters reports that a diplomatic source and an advisor to the government claim Malaysia is considering reducing the staff size of the North Korean mission in Kuala Lumpur as well as turning down invitations to participate in North Korean events. Ties between the two countries quickly deteriorated after North Korea’s ambassador questioned the credibility of Malaysia's police investigation into the assassination, insisting that Kim Jong Nam was an ordinary citizen who had died of a heart attack.

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