A train believed to belong to the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong-Un, is seen in a resort town on the East coast of North Korea, the Guardian reports, citing satellite footage.
The train was first seen at this location on April 21, said representatives of the project to monitor the situation in North Korea. They added that the vehicle was seen at the station, which is reserved for use by the family of the North Korean leader.
Earlier, Hong Kong satellite broadcaster HKS TV reported the death of Kim Jong-un. Also, Japanese media reported that the North Korean leader is in a “vegetative state” after the operation. At the same time, the state radio of the DPRK informed the citizens of the country that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is “active.”