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Tuesday, 21 February 2017

The media were sent on a wild goose chase today with news of the arrival of the Kim Jong-nam's son


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Media sent on wild goose chase at KLIA2 over rumours of Jong-nam's son's arrival

NST
SEPANG: The media were sent on a wild goose chase today when their wait for the arrival of the Kim Jong-nam's son at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) today proved fruitless.
Kim Han-sol, the 21-year-old son of Jong-nam, was rumoured to be on his way to Kuala Lumpur from Macau today.
More than 50 media members, comprising local and foreign press, had gathered from 6pm hoping to catch a glimpse of Han-sol, who is Jong-nam's eldest son.
Jong-Nam, who is the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was attacked on Monday morning at the very same airport by two women, said to be tied to North Korea. He died on his way to the Putrajaya Hospital on the same day.
A message had circulated earlier today on the supposed arrival of Han-sol, who was expected to claim his father's remains, as well as provide a DNA sample.
He was rumored to have been on AirAsia Flight AK8321.
However, the media, which had set up camp in front of both the arrival hall and VIP area, were left dejected when Han-sol wasn't spotted.
An anonymous passenger, who was on board flight AK8321, said he could not recall seeing anyone on the same flight resembling Han-sol.
"There weren't many youngsters on the flight although there was one boy wearing spectacles," said the man, in his fifties.
An AirAsia female flight attendant and airport staff interviewed also remained tight-lipped when approached by the media to clarify if they had seen Han-sol.
The flight attendant, who declined to be named, said she wasn't aware of Han-sol's presence.
"I operated the flight from Macau and I did not know about this," she said, adding that she was surprised to learn about the incident (the killing of Jong-nam).
Han-sol, born in Pyongyang in 1995, moved to Macau at a young age after his father reportedly fell out of favour with the late Kim Jong-il in the early 2000s.
There were also several false alarms on Han-sol's arrival, which sent media personnel scrambling.
Meanwhile security presence at the airport appeared normal, with only a handful of auxiliary policemen at the entrance of both arrival halls

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