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Airport Kuala Lumpur researched poison in murder Kim Jong-nam

Airport Kuala Lumpur researched poison in murder Kim Jong-nam

Men in protective green suits Saturday terminal 2 of Kuala Lumpur International Airport examined for the presence of toxic substances.

That has the police of Malaysia said. The research follows the announcement that the murder of the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been executed with a strong nerve gas called VX.

The airport remained open during the studies.

Kim Jong-nam died a few hours after he was attacked at the airport of Kuala Lumpur. He waited there on a flight to Macau.

One of the two women after the murder are arrested, a 25-year-old Indonesian, said that she something more than $ 90 (more than 85 euro) got to do with the attack on the brother, at the airport of Kuala Lumpur. The woman insists that she thought a joke went.

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