N Korean leader`s grandson enrols in Bosnia school
Sarajevo: A spokeswoman for a college in Bosnia says a grandson of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il has joined their school.
Meri Musa says the 16-year-old Kim Han Sol will be the first student from North Korea to attend a United World College.
The Bosnian college in the town of Mostar says it is part of a network established by a British foundation in 1962 with the aim of bringing together young people "whose experience was of the political conflict of the Cold War era”.
The Bosnian school has 124 students from 34 countries, including from Iraq, Israel and Palestinian territories.
Musa said Kim Han Sol will be treated like all other students and will be living in the dormitories provided.
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