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Kim Jong-nam murder: North Korea suspects named in court

From BBC - November 6, 2017

A senior police officer has told a trial in Malaysia that four North Korean men were involved in killing the half-brother of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un.

Two women, from Indonesia and Vietnam, are standing trial for the murder of Kim Jong-nam.

He died in February at Kuala Lumpur airport after highly toxic VX nerve agent was rubbed on his face.

The women have pleaded not guilty and say they were tricked.

They say they thought they were taking part in a TV prank. They face death by hanging if convicted.

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