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North Korea demands suspected assassins’ release

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North Korean officials are demanding Malaysia release two women arrested in the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, half brother to North Korean dictato
North Korean officials are demanding Malaysia release two women arrested in the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, half brother to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Although the women reportedly are from Vietnam and Indonesia, Pyongyang has tried to advocate on their behalf, at least through the media. Malaysian investigators say the women trained at a Kuala Lumpur mall before carrying out the attack on Kim at the city’s airport. They allege the women wiped poison on Kim’s face with their hands, quickly washing the substance off in a nearby bathroom before it could harm them.

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