Why the CIA Cultivated Kim Jong Un’s Half Brother as a Source

U.S. officials have had a hard time gathering intelligence about North Korea. WSJ’s Andrew Jeong explains why they worked to tap the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half brother Kim Jong Nam before he was killed in 2017. Photo Composite: Crystal Tai

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