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>> Hi, my name's Kim Han-sol, from North Korea.>> The first glimpse of a family in hiding, a young man claiming to be the son of assassinated Kim Jong-nam appearing in a video clip online.>> My father has been killed a few days ago. I'm currently with my mother and my sister, and-
>> A South Korean official has confirmed the young man's identity. His father was attacked with a super toxic nerve agent at the Kuala Lumpur Airport last month and died within 20 minutes. South Korean intelligence says it was an assassination ordered by Kim's own brother, the leader of North Korea.
So far, no clues as to where the young Kim and his family might be right now. Although the mysterious group that posted the video, Cheollima Civil Defense, says they helped move the family after the murder. And that the Netherlands, the US, China, and a fourth unnamed country all helped out.
Not much is known about the group, but it says it can help high-level North Koreans escape the isolated country. No family members have stepped forward to help Malaysia identify the victim. And Kuala Lumpur is refusing demands from Pyongyang to hand over the body without doing an autopsy.