• The Associated Press


A man believed to be the eldest son of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Il said in a TV Asahi interview aired Tuesday he thinks reports that his youngest brother will become the North’s next leader are true.

“Well, I hear the news by media. I think (it’s) true,” Kim Jong Nam said in an interview with the broadcaster in Macau when asked about recent South Korean media reports on the succession.

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