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North Korea: weighing ripple effects of the murder of Kim Jong-un's half brother

The murder of Kim Jong-nam is already having an impact on the North's relations with China and Malaysia, whose ties are crucial to the isolated regime. 

Daniel Chan/AP

The killing last week of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has fueled growing concerns about the country’s rogue regime. Here’s a look at what happened and the potential repercussions.   

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