Five mysteries surrounding Kim Jong-Un

American intelligence services believe that the North Korea prepares a seventh nuclear test. In the meantime, tension is mounting with the international community, as the regime of Pyongyang fires ballistic missiles, the last of which fell this Friday morning off the coast of Japan. The regime of terror. This is what wants to maintain Kim Jong Un, supreme leader of the country. As a good self-respecting dictator, he maintains mystery around his life, his health, his family.

He would have lived nine years in Switzerland when he was a child and teenager, faded away for long weeks without anyone knowing why, has developed a unlikely friendship with American basketball player Dennis Rodman, and reportedly assassinated his half-brother Kim Jong-nam.

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