Train spotted at Kim Jong Un’s resort compound in Wonsan

NEW YORK — A 250-meter long train thought to belong to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is parked at a resort compound on the country’s east coast, according to a North Korea monitoring group based in Washington.

The group, 38 North, released commercial satellite imagery on Saturday showing a railway station used by the Kim family at the Wonsan compound with no train as of April 15, but the presence of carriages on Tuesday and Thursday.

The new information adds further fuel to speculation about the leader’s health, which has gripped the attention of world leaders, intelligence organizations, North

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