Malaysian police are looking for four other suspects, all of them are suspected in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN.
Police officer Rashid Ibrahim addressed journalists in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. When asked whether the authorities think that the death of Kim was commissioned by the North Korean regime, he said that "four suspects have North Korean citizenship."
Kim Jong-Nam was preparing to Board a plane on Monday morning to see my family in Macau, when he was poisoned. Police say he was poisoned when waiting for boarding a plane at the international airport in Kuala Lumpur. Authorities arrested four suspects in the death of Kim. Ibrahim said that four North Korean suspects were arrested in Malaysia on the same day after the attack. Interpol is helping in the search.
North Korean Lee Jong-Chul, was arrested Friday in an apartment in Selangor, Malaysia, police said they do not give any further details. A woman with a Vietnamese passport, was arrested along with 25-year-old Indonesian woman, city of Ishoj. Aisha thought that she was involved in a television show when she squirted the liquid into the victim's face, said Indonesian police. Aisha said she didn't know it was an attack on suspected foreign agents.
Kim felt dizzy and immediately went to the counter assist customers of the airport to seek medical help. Was called the ambulance to send Kim to the hospital, but he died on the way.
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