'North Korean ministries murder behind Kim Jong-nam '
seoul - The South Korean intelligence claim that the murder of Kim Jong-nam has been planned by the North Korean Ministries of State Security and Foreign Affairs. They have briefed MPs in Seoul about their findings.
Of the eight North Koreans who were arrested in Malaysia, working four and two for State for Foreign Affairs, announced that the MPs.
Kim Jong-nam (45), the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, received on February 13 at the Kuala Lumpur airport nerve gas sprayed in his face. He died several hours later at a hospital in the Malaysian capital. The United States and South Korea almost immediately accused North Korea of being behind the murder.
Kim Jong-nam studied in Japan and Switzerland. He reportedly lived alternately in Macao and Beijing.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Images of surveillance cameras to see how Kim Jong-nam talk to the staff at the airport after the attack. He died moments later in the ambulance on his way to the hospital.\n \n \n Photo: AP
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