Rumours of Kim Jong-un’s death were 'greatly exaggerated'


Sky News Foreign Coordinator Brent O’Halloran says rumours of Kim Jong-un’s death have been “greatly exaggerated”.

“It’s difficult to speak with much certainty regarding anything to do with the North Korean leader or indeed anything going on within the hermit nation, Mr O’Halloran said.

It is understood the 36 year old leader of North Korea underwent heart surgery earlier this month with several US outlets quoting unnamed US intelligence sources reporting there were complications from that surgery.

CNN said he was in “grave danger” while an NBC reporter tweeted he was “brain dead”, a tweet which was later deleted, Mr O’Halloran said.

Officials in South Korea, Japan and China later said there was no evidence to suggest Kim Jong-un is severely ill.

Mr O’Halloran said “this was not the first time US media outlets had released false information”.

While it may have been an “incidental mistake,” Mr O’Halloran said “it was this sort of journalistic malpractice which bought us three years of uncorroborated Russia-Trump collusion conspiracy theories which were peddled by the majority of US mainstream media outlets”.


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41 thoughts on “Rumours of Kim Jong-un’s death were 'greatly exaggerated'

  1. How even wealthy and powerful we are , everything are worthless when we're died.Mga mayayaman Yun Ang tandaaan Nyo!

  2. Well if China say Kim Jong Un has never felt better, what more is to be said. At least we know now that he had a heart.

  3. Why aren't you talking about the disinfectant part👀👀👀😂😂Australians are such suck ups 😂😂

  4. Where did Australia get the fruity fat baby of michael moore and elton john? Why did they make him a news anchor? No one wants to see that sh!t!

  5. Title reads about north Korean leader reporter begins with corona news me wondering has Kim jong un become corona virus

  6. Americans are true idiots. Demonstrates to be freed from lockdown, wears a mask to protect himself from the virus. 😂

  7. CNN , the fake news distributor is spreading all these lies about Kim Jong-Un. They started the fake news and supported by NBC.
    Today CNN posted a different version of Kim Jong-Un obtained from South Korea. The statement said the opposite ie , the leader is well…so pathetic!! CNN fake news.

  8. The president meant that to apply UV light and heat to filter blood running through a blood purification machine what the f#ck news reporter you very well new what he meant. Setting in the sun my @ss. All they want to do is make Donald Trump look bad or stupid. Applying UV light and heat to filtered blood has stop many viruses and more so hey news reporter f#ck off. They knew what he meant.

  9. More like imaginary sources. You can say sources say without naming the source and get away with saying anything. It's imaginary sources not unnamed. I live in America btw lol

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