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February 17, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
South Korea linked the shooting in Seoul of a prominent North Korean defector to the standoff at the South Korean Consulate in Beijing over another defector. Lee Han Young, a nephew of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's first wife, was shot Saturday outside a friend's apartment in a Seoul suburb. Lee remained hospitalized in critical condition, and doctors told police he was brain dead.
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February 17, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
South Korea linked the shooting in Seoul of a prominent North Korean defector to the standoff at the South Korean Consulate in Beijing over another defector. Lee Han Young, a nephew of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's first wife, was shot Saturday outside a friend's apartment in a Seoul suburb. Lee remained hospitalized in critical condition, and doctors told police he was brain dead.
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February 16, 1997 | From Associated Press
Attackers shot a leading North Korean defector Saturday, leaving him in critical condition with bullet wounds to the head and chest. The attack targeted Lee Han Young, 36, nephew of the former wife of late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung. Lee defected to South Korea in 1982. The shooting occurred Saturday night at Lee's apartment in Bundang, a suburb south of Seoul, Bundang Police Chief Kim Chong Nam said.
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February 16, 1997 | From Associated Press
Attackers shot a leading North Korean defector Saturday, leaving him in critical condition with bullet wounds to the head and chest. The attack targeted Lee Han Young, 36, nephew of the former wife of late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung. Lee defected to South Korea in 1982. The shooting occurred Saturday night at Lee's apartment in Bundang, a suburb south of Seoul, Bundang Police Chief Kim Chong Nam said.
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