Kim Jong-nam's son breaks silence in video

A video has emerged of a man said to be Kim Han-sol, son of murdered Kim Jong-nam, the first time a member of his family has spoken about his death. The video was posted by a group that says it's protecting the family.

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    A video has emerged of a man said to be Kim Han-sol, son of murdered Kim Jong-nam, the first time a member of his family has spoken about his death.

    The 21-year-old has been living in exile with his parents in the Chinese territory of Macau, and disappeared with his mother and sister after Kim's death in February.

    The video was posted by a group that says it's protecting the family.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Kuala Lumpur.


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