The Guardian: North Korea accuses CIA of biochemical plot to kill Kim Jong-un
Pyongyang claims US bribed North Korean citizen who had contacts with South Korean intelligence to kill its leader
North Korea has accused the CIA of attempting to assassinate its leader, Kim Jong-un, using unspecified biochemical substances during a public ceremonial event in the capital, Pyongyang.
The ministry of state security issued a statement claiming the US intelligence agency had bribed a North Korean citizen, named only as Kim, to carry out the plot. It said possible locations for the killing included the mausoleum where Kim Jong-un’s father and grandfather – the country’s founder – lie in state, or a military parade.
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