A man who identified himself as Kim Jong-nam, eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, boards a plane upon his deportation from Japan to China at Tokyo's Narita international airport in this May 4, 2001. The eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has made the semi-autonomous Chinese city of Macau his home for the past three years, living a low-key but comfortable life, a Hong Kong newspaper reported on Thursday. Macau, a former Portuguese-run enclave which returned to China in 1999, has been central to resolving the dispute over North Korea's nuclear weapons programmes since the U.S. Treasury accused its Banco Delta Asia of helping Pyongyang launder earnings from counterfeit U.S. dollars and illicit drugs. Kim Jong-nam, 35, had spent long periods living in five-star hotels in Macau while his family lived in a villa, the South China Morning Post reported. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita/Files (JAPAN)
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