Lời khai của nữ nghi phạm sát hại anh trai Kim Jong-un

Thứ tư, 15/2/2017 | 18:22 GMT+7

Nữ nghi phạm trong vụ sát hại Kim Jong-nam, anh trai nhà lãnh đạo Triều Tiên Kim Jong-un cho biết cô được 4 nam thanh niên chỉ đạo thực hiện vụ tấn công.

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Nữ nghi phạm đã bị bắt khi quay lại sân bay tìm bạn. Ảnh: Star

Theo Oriental Daily của Malaysia, nữ nghi phạm 29 tuổi bị cảnh sát Malaysia bắt giữ hôm nay trong cuộc điều tra liên quan đến vụ sát hại Kim Jong-nam, anh trai của nhà lãnh đạo Triều Tiên Kim Jong-un.

Nghi phạm đi cùng một người bạn nữ và 4 người đàn ông. Họ đến Malaysia với tư cách du khách. Nghi phạm nói rằng ngay sau khi họ hạ cánh tại sân bay, 4 người đàn ông nói rằng họ muốn chơi khăm một trong những hành khách. Họ chỉ đạo cô phun chất lỏng vào mặt Kim Jong-nam. Người phụ nữ còn lại bịt khăn tay vào mặt nạn nhân.

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North Korea: isolated state with a long history of assassinations

Kim Jong-nam’s death is believed to have been an ordered hit. If so it would not be the first time citizens were targeted abroad

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, left, and his exiled half-brother Kim Jong-nam.
The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, left, and his half-brother Kim Jong-nam. Photograph: Wong Maye-E, Shizuo Kambayashi/AP

Kim Jong-nam was almost certainly murdered by North Korean agents, according to intelligence officials in South Korea, as suspicions mount that his assassination at Kuala Lumpur airport was ordered by his estranged half-brother, the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

Kim Jong-nam, Kim Jong-il’s eldest son, was once seen as heir apparent, but fell out of favour in 2001 following a failed attempt to enter Japan on a forged passport, apparently to visit Disneyland. He lived in Macau while his brother took over the nuclear-armed state. Tiếp tục đọc “North Korea: isolated state with a long history of assassinations”

North Korean officials objected to autopsy on Kim Jong Nam’s body: Source

North Korea embassy officials leave the morgue at Kuala Lumpur General Hospital. (Photo: Reuters / Edgar Su)

The officials requested that the body be released to them right away, but Malaysia rejected the request, several sources said.

No decision has been taken on whether the body of Kim Jong Nam will be handed over to North Korea, the sources added. Tiếp tục đọc “North Korean officials objected to autopsy on Kim Jong Nam’s body: Source”

Female suspect arrested over death of Kim Jong-nam – female suspect carrying Vietnamese passport

 

Female suspect arrested over death of Kim Jong-nam

Malaysian police say female suspect was carrying Vietnamese passport and was alone at the time of arrest.

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Malaysia police have arrested a female suspect in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un.

Police said the woman they arrested on Wednesday carried a Vietnamese passport and was alone at the time of arrest.

The woman, detained at the low-cost terminal of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in the Malaysian capital, was identified on the travel document as Doan Thi Huong born on May 31, 1988, police said.

The “suspect was positively identified from the CCTV footage at the airport and was alone at the time of arrest”, they added. Tiếp tục đọc “Female suspect arrested over death of Kim Jong-nam – female suspect carrying Vietnamese passport”

Xin lỗi và bồi thường chiến tranh trong quan hệ quốc tế ; Kinh nghiệm lịch sử trong quan hệ Việt – Mỹ

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                                                                Hòa giải và giảng hòa một cách chân tình không có nghĩa là chúng ta quên quá khứ

Nelson Maldela

Trong quan hệ quốc tế nói chung, vấn đề xin lỗi và bồi thường chiến tranh là một vấn đề luôn song hành với quan hệ giữa các nước trong quá trình hàn gắn vết thương để đến bình thường hóa quan hệ ngoại giao. Đây là vấn đề đã được nhiều nhà nghiên cứu quan hệ quốc tế đề cập theo góc độ xã hội, lịch sử. Tiếp tục đọc “Xin lỗi và bồi thường chiến tranh trong quan hệ quốc tế ; Kinh nghiệm lịch sử trong quan hệ Việt – Mỹ”

6 câu chuyện về môi trường và phát triển cần để mắt trong năm 2017

 English: 6 Environment and Development Stories to Watch in 2017

Năm vừa rồi 2016 đã mang lại những cú shock chính trị lớn cho thế giới: Donald Trump đắc cử; sự lên ngôi của “tin giả mạo”; sự trỗi dậy của chủ nghĩa dân túy, làn sóng  chống lại toàn cầu hoá ở Anh, sự kiện ở Philipin và các nơi khác. Rất nhiều sự kiện này được châm ngòi bởi một số nhóm người cảm thấy rằng họ bị cướp mất các cơ hội về kinh tế.

Một câu hỏi lớn cho năm 2017 là: Tiếp tục đọc “6 câu chuyện về môi trường và phát triển cần để mắt trong năm 2017”

North Korean leader’s half-brother ‘killed’ in Malaysia

SINGAPORE: The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-nam has been killed in Malaysia, South Korean media reported on Tuesday (Feb 14).

Malaysia’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Mohmad Salleh earlier told Channel NewsAsia that travel documents found on the man indicated he was Kim Jong-nam. He added that a post-mortem had not yet taken place and that the body was in Putrajaya Hospital. Tiếp tục đọc “North Korean leader’s half-brother ‘killed’ in Malaysia”

Chinese weapons, warplanes reaching ‘near-parity’ with West: study

Japan times

AFP-JIJI Feb 15, 2017

China is beginning to export its own weapon designs, including armed drones, worldwide and is reaching “near-parity” with the West in terms of military technology, according to a report on Tuesday.

The International Institute for Strategic Studies said that China’s official defence budget of $145 billion (€137 billion) last year was 1.8 times higher than those of South Korea and Japan combined.

It also accounted for more than a third of Asia’s total military spending in 2016, the IISS annual Military Balance report said, adding that spending in Asia grew by 5 to 6 percentage points a year between 2012 and 2016.

Total global military spending instead fell by 0.4 percent in real terms in 2016 compared to 2015, largely due to reductions in the Middle East.

“China’s military progress highlights that Western dominance in the field of advanced weapons systems can no longer be taken for granted,” IISS director John Chipman said at a presentation in London.

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Head of U.S. Pacific Command urges democracy in Thailand

Japan times

AP Feb 14, 2017

The highest-ranking U.S. military official to visit Thailand since a 2014 coup urged the country to restore democracy, saying Tuesday that America needs “a strong and stable ally” in Southeast Asia.

Adm. Harry Harris, the head of the U.S. Pacific Command, spoke at the start of the annual Cobra Gold joint military exercises, the largest in the Asia-Pacific region.

The U.S. is vying with an increasingly powerful China for influence in Asia.

“We look forward to Thailand’s reemergence as a flourishing democracy because we need Thailand as a strong and stable ally,” Harris said. “We need Thailand to get back to being the regional and global leader that it always has been.”

Twenty-nine countries, including China, India and Malaysia, are participating in or observing the exercises.

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U.N. Security Council strongly condemns North Korea missile test

AP, Reuters Feb 14, 2017

The U.N. Security Council strongly condemned North Korea late Monday over its latest ballistic missile launches and warned of “further significant measures” if Pyongyang doesn’t stop nuclear and missile testing.

A council statement agreed to by all 15 members followed strong condemnation by Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of the latest launch and U.S. President Donald Trump’s pledge to deal with North Korea “very strongly.”

The Security Council condemned Saturday’s launch and a previous test Oct. 19, saying North Korea’s activities to develop its nuclear weapons delivery systems violate U.N. sanctions and increase tensions. It called on all U.N. members “to redouble their efforts” to implement U.N. sanctions.

North Korea has repeatedly flouted six Security Council resolutions demanding an end to its nuclear and ballistic missile activities and imposing increasingly tougher sanctions.

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