Kim Jong Un Health
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South Korea says troops exchanged fire with North Korean soldiers across border after its guard post was targetted
The Joint Chiefs of Staff in Seoul said in a statement that North Korean troops fired several bullets at a South Korean guard post inside the heavily fortified border. South Korea fired two rounds in response after issuing a warning broadcast, it said.
North Korean State media reports first 'public appearance' of Kim Jong-un after weeks of speculation over his health
After weeks of intense speculation about the health of Kim Jong Un, state news agency KCNA said on Saturday the North Korean leader attended the completion of a fertilizer plant north of Pyongyang, the first report of his appearance since 11 April.
Uncertainty over Kim Jong-un’s health shows South Korea's limited intelligence network in Pyongyang, casts doubts on future of North Korean government
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's prolonged public absence has led to rumors of ill health and worries about how it could influence the future of what one analyst calls Northeast Asia's Achilles’ heel
Train, which likely belongs to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, spotted in resort town of Wonsan, reports think-tank
Though the group said it was probably Kim Jong-un’s train, Reuters has not been able to confirm that independently, or whether he was in Wonsan.
China dispatches team to North Korea, including medical experts, to advise on Kim Jong-un, says report
The trip by the Chinese doctors and officials comes amid conflicting reports about the health of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Reuters was unable to immediately determine what the trip by the Chinese team signaled in terms of Kim’s health.
Donald Trump claims report on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's illness incorrect and based on old documents
Donald Trump had said on Tuesday that he might contact North Korean officials to inquire about Kim but gave no indication on Thursday he had done so.
Speculation over Kim Jong-un's health isn't a foreign conspiracy, it's fuelled by North Korea's own secrecy
Kim, 36, last appeared publicly in the North’s state media April 11, when he presided over a meeting of the Politburo of the ruling Workers’ Party. It is not unusual for senior North Korean leaders to stay out of public view for weeks at a time
Uncertainty over Kim Jong-un's health after report says North Korea leader in 'grave danger'; South Korea calls claims 'untrue'
Excessive smoking, obesity, and overwork were some of the reasons which led to the heart surgery of the North Korean leader.
Some reports indicate that Kim could have gout, diabetes — even, from a British news story, a cheese addiction—much of it based on that single line in the documentary and unidentified sources speaking to South Korean media. Here are the rumours doing rounds:
North Korea's state media has not made any mention of Kim's activities since he appeared at a concert with his wife on September 3.