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Indonesian President Joko Widodo, center right, shakes hands with Moon Jae-in, his South Korean counterpart, ahead of a summit on the outskirts of Jakarta Thursday.
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North Korea losing its few remaining friends in Southeast Asia

Assassination in Kuala Lumpur poisons ties with Malaysia, Indonesia

JUN SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer | Indonesia

JAKARTA -- North Korea's isolation in the world continues to deepen as its influence in Southeast Asia wanes, with even long-term allies turning their backs against the reclusive nation.

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