The news spread rapidly across Twitter. Do you have any input to add to the following tweets?
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – Multiple news agencies are reporting that North Korean television has announced the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il.
"Kim Jong" was trending on Twitter Sunday night as the news spread quickly over social media. Here are some of the latest Twitter reactions.
John Bell, managing editor for WTNH, tweeted on his @NewsBell account: "No comment from the Dept of State or White House regarding death of Kim Jong Il. Bill Clinton met the leader in Pyongyang in 2011."
The New York Times (@nytimes) created a list of Twitter handles to follow for the latest updates about the news, which can be viewed at https://twitter.com/#!/nytimes/kim-jong-il.
Who will take over the leadership of North Korea? The @HuffPostWorld tweeted a link to information and photos of Kim Jong Il's youngest son, Kim Jong-un.
The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) tweeted a link to 69-year-old Jong Il's life in photos.
What is your reaction to the news of Jong Il's death?
Become a blogger today!
Get started now