In South Korea, a rare attack has taken place in a Seoul aquarium. Managers there say one shark devoured another inside their shared tank - while astonished visitors looked on.
As the trial in Kim Jong Nam's murder case got underway in Malaysia on Monday, there's no doubt in North Korean dissident Park Sang Hak's mind as to who the real culprit was. Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
South Korean President Moon has ordered his defense minister to carry out a new investigation into the bloodiest incident in the nation's transition from military dictatorship to democratic rule. Julian Ryall reports.
Unprovoked shark attacks across the world dropped last year after a record-breaking 2015. More than half of the attacks involved board sports like surfing, boogie boarding and paddle boarding.
The group that represents Koreans loyal to Pyongyang is accused of abetting the Kim regime by providing funds and banned technology. It is also linked to the abduction of Japanese, organized crime and drug distribution.
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