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South Korea accuses North Korea to murder Kim Jong-nam

South Korea accuses North Korea to murder Kim Jong-nam

Kim Jong-nam, the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, is killed by North Korean officials.

Report that South Korean authorities on the basis of information of the intelligence service.

Of the eight suspects, according to the intelligence service, four officials of the North Korean ministry of state Security, and two of the ministry of Foreign affairs.

Two women, one Indonesian and one Vietnamese, have known involved in the murder.

Assassination of Kim Jong-nam may be captured on this camera

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Kim Jong-nam died on February 13 after he was attacked at the airport of Kuala Lumpur. He died fifteen to twenty minutes after he was poisoned by a high dose of the zenuwgif VX. Kim Jong-nam was waiting in Kuala Lumpur on a flight to Macau.

North Korea has his death are still not recognized.

Research airport Kuala Lumpur after the murder of Kim Jong-nam

A so-called ‘Hazmat’unit investigates terminal 2 of the airport of Kuala Lumpur on traces of the poison VX after the murder of Kim Jong-nam.
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A large portion of the airport is closed for the investigation.
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There is searched for traces of the poison VX, that also in very small quantities is dangerous.
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Also in the hospital where Kim Jong-nam to go was brought up and examined.
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The Malaysian authorities report that in the samples, no traces of VX were found and that the airport safely.
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