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North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Jong reportedly dead, is he alive?

North Korea's Supreme Leader/dictator Kim Jong has reportedly died, according to media outlets in China and Japan.

(Web Desk) North Korea’s Supreme Leader/dictator Kim Jong has reportedly died, according to media outlets in China and Japan.

Amid reports China has sent a medical team to their communist neighbors this week to advise ‘on Kim  a Hong Kong-backed news channel’s vice director — who’s apparently the niece of a Chinese foreign minister — blasted out the news herself … he’s dead. Voice of Freedom has not confirmed that.

The women on scoial media app called Weibo put this report for nearly her 15 million followers and citing a ‘very solid source’ about the claim Kim had, in fact, perished. He’s in a “vegetative state” after a heart surgery gone wrong, a Japanese magazine reported.

The outlets reports–citing a Chinese medical expert said that Kim has clutched his chest in early April and fell down while visiting countryside. Some reports include that he had shaky hands.

Alot of rumors are goung around this guy’s condition but the fact is that he has’nt made any public appearance looking to be okay in several weeks now.

About a week CNN reported that Kim was “grave danger” after a medical procedure.

Presiden Trump refused to elaborate the reports but it looks like Kim’s sister Kim Yo-jong mght be setting herself to replace him as Supreme Leader. reports say she was recently re-promoted to a prominent position of power there.

South Korea continued to pour water on mounting speculation about the health of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, telling CNN he is “alive and well.””Our government position is firm,” Moon Chung-in, the top foreign policy adviser to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, told CNN. “Kim Jong Un is alive and well. He has been staying in the Wonsan area since April 13. No suspicious movements have so far been detected.”

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