The man believed to be Kim Jong Nam, the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, has been found to have entered the country more times than initially suspected, sources close to the case said Monday.

He last illegally entered Japan in May, and entry stamps in the forged Dominican passport he used show that he had visited Japan three times between October and December 2000.

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