Monday, February 20, 2017

Japanese Network Releases Video That Shows The Moment Kim Jong Un’s Brother Is Attacked In Malaysian Airport

ABC News Online: Kim Jong-nam death: Japanese network releases purported CCTV footage of assassination

CCTV footage purportedly showing the deadly assault in Malaysia on the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un by a woman, who is believed to have wiped a fast-acting poison on his face, has been released by Japanese broadcaster Fuji TV.

Kim Jong-nam died last Monday a short time after the attack in the departure hall of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, where he had been preparing to take a flight to Macau.

Malaysian police have detained four suspects — a Vietnamese woman, an Indonesian woman, a Malaysian man, and North Korean man — and are on the hunt for four other North Koreans who fled the country on the day of the attack.

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WNU Editor: Not a high-quality video. In fact .... it's lousy.

More News On The Assassination Of North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un's Half-Brother Kim Jong-nam

Footage appears to show Kim Jong-nam attack as diplomatic row deepens -- The Guardian
N. Korean envoy blasts Malaysians, calls for joint probe -- AP
Video showing apparent poisoning of Kim Jong Un's half-brother surfaces -- FOX News
Kim Jong Nam Murder: Video Shows Moment Kim Jong Un’s Brother is Attacked -- NBC
Chilling video shows alleged assassins striking N. Korea leader's sibling -- CBS
North Korea Denounces Probe Into Murder of Kim's Half-Brother -- Bloomberg
N. Korean envoy blasts Malaysians, calls for joint probe -- AP
North Korea ambassador says Kim Jong Nam died of 'natural causes' -- UPI
South Korea accuses North Korea of Kim Jong Nam assassination -- UPI
Kim Jong-nam Killing Was 'Terrorist Act' by North Korea, South Says -- New York Times
Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia recalls envoy from North Korea -- BBC
Four suspects in Kim Jong-nam murder fled Malaysia, one North Korean man arrested -- Sydney Morning Herald
China Monitors Assassination Probe Of North Korean Kim Jong Nam -- NPR
Death, Diplomatic Spat Could Cost North Korea a Rare Friend -- AP

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