North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother ‘assassinated by poisoned needles’
North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother has reportedly been assassinated in Malaysia.
Kim Jong-Nam is believed to have been murdered by two female Pyongyang agents at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Monday, according to a report by TV Chosun, citing Seoul government sources.
The women used poisoned needles to kill him and immediately fled the scene in a taxi, according to the South Korean broadcaster.
But a Malaysian official claimed he had been sprayed with a liquid in a shopping area and, complaining of pain, he tried to get help at an information counter before being taken to the airport clinic…see more
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