CCTV shows 'new suspect' in Kim Jong Nam murder

Posted March 19, 2017

North Korea barred Malaysians from leaving the country last week, sparking a tit-for-tat action by Malaysia as relations between the two countries soured over Malaysia's investigation into the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi confirmed on Wednesday that Mr Kim Jong Nam's body had been identified based on DNA samples provided by a child of the deceased.

The killing has triggered a bitter row between Malaysia and North Korea, which have expelled each other's ambassadors.

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However, Malaysian Deputy Police Chief Noor Rashid Ibrahim said yesterday the family had given consent for Malaysia to manage Kim Jong-nam's remains. "I will check on the [DNA] consent document, the list made by the next-of-kin to the Malaysian Government through the [foreign] ministry", he said.

Malaysia responded with similar restrictions, but has begun deporting North Koreans here who overstayed the social passes or violated their working visas. Both claim they thought they were taking part in a TV prank.

One of the sources said: "There could be a few more people assisting [in the murder], which will raise the number of the total of North Koreans involved to around 10". "We are hoping to get them through Interpol", he said yesterday.

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At a glitzy bar in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, just a stone's throw from the Petronas Twin Towers, the Beach Club was where 25-year-old Indonesian Siti Aisyah was first introduced to a North Korean man known as James.

The Interpol red notice alerts police in countries that are members of Interpol to share information and intelligence on suspects with a view to arresting and then extraditing them. The four - Hong Song Hak, 34; Ri Ji Hyon, 33; O Jong Gil, 55; and Ri Jae Nam, 57 - were at the airport on the day of the killing, and have since fled the country, Malaysia's police chief Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters Thursday.

There are nine Malaysians in North Korea - three embassy staff members and their family members. The two countries have also scrapped visa-free travel for each other's citizens.

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Although Malaysia has never directly accused North Korea of being behind the attack, many speculate that it must have orchestrated it.