Jong Nam's embalmed body can last 3 months

Alain Brian
Mars 19, 2017

The victim, who was killed in Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport last month, was identified at the time as Kim Jong-nam.

The activation of markets is helping the North develop its domestic economy, with more individuals finding business opportunities, North Korean defectors and experts here voiced in unison.

"We believe they have since left for Pyongyang".

"Now is the time to bring added financial pressure to Pyongyang and hold them accountable for their actions", Cruz said.

They are seeking help from Interpol member countries that include China to arrest and extradite them to Malaysia to face murder charges.

"When I hear all options are on the table, look, we have a sworn duty to defend our ally in South Korea", Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) said during an Atlantic Council event in Washington.

The four wanted men are Rhi Ji-hyon, 33, Hong Song-hac, 34, O Jong-gil, 55, and Ri Jae-nam, 57.

On Feb. 13, the North Korean leader's half brother was killed with a lethal nerve agent in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. The new suspect, Chang, is believed to have played a significant role in the murder plot.

There are nine Malaysians in North Korea - three embassy staff members and their family members. North Korea has questioned the Malaysian investigation into the murder and refused to acknowledge that the man murdered is Kim Jong-nam.

Kuala Lumpur: The confirmation of Kim Jong-nam's identity was made through the DNA sample of his son taken at a secret location, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

The result of this deal was a disaster: "Kim Jong-un oversaw two nuclear tests and over twenty ballistic missile tests previous year alone, and has persisted in utilizing terror as an instrument of state policy".

However, Malaysian Deputy Police Chief Noor Rashid Ibrahim said yesterday the family had given consent for Malaysia to manage Kim Jong-nam's remains. We can not just simply make a decision.

It said Malaysia police chief Khalid Abu Bakar confirmed the possibility that more suspects may be involved.

"When negotiations are completed and both agree to term we will announce it", he said, referring to bilateral efforts under way to resolve the diplomatic dispute, which has seen both countries expel their respective envoys and impose exit bans on each other's citizens.

However, he said the government has rational leaders and will not respond in kind to such tactics, two Malay news outlets reported.

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