Topic: Kim Jong-nam

AFC expected to announce neutral venue for Malaysia-N. Korea match by end of the week

18 April 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is still in the process of discussing the issue of a neutral venue for the match between Malaysia and North Korea, with the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and North Korean Football Association.

Well-wisher makes video for accused Siti Aisyah

16 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: An unknown “well-wis­her” has made a video for accused Indonesian Siti Aisyah, who is implicated in the murder of North Korean citizen Kim Jong-nam.

Tight security: Personnel from a special police unit standing guard at the Sepang Court where the high-profile Jong-nam murder trial is taking place.

Smaller press presence at courthouse

14 April 2017

SEPANG: A considerably smaller group of newsmen gathered outside the courthouse during the Kim Jong-nam murder trial, compared to last month when two foreign women were charged with the crime.

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Lawyers: We don’t have much to go on

14 April 2017

SEPANG: The much-anticipated trial has not officially started but some tough questions have been raised in the murder case of North Korean Kim Jong-nam.

Doan Thi Huong (left) and Siti Aisyah were charged with the murder of Kim Jong-nam.

Jong-nam murder: Court fixes May 30 for re-mention (Update)

13 April 2017

SEPANG: The Sepang magistrate's court here has fixed May 30 for re-mention in the case involving the murder of North Korean citizen Kim Jong-nam.

Vietnamese national Doan Thi Huong (centre) being escorted by Malaysian police for a court appearance with Indonesian national Siti Aisyah (not pictured) at the magistrates' court in Sepang on April 13, 2017, for their alleged role in the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. - AFP

Jong-nam murder: Two accused arrive at Sepang court complex under heavy security

13 April 2017

SEPANG: The two accused in the murder of North Korean citizen Kim Jong-nam arrived at the Sepang court complex for the start of proceedings on Thursday.

The Kim Jong-nam murder trial: How we got here

12 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: The two female suspects in the murder of North Korean national Kim Jong-nam face their next court appearance on Thursday, with the case expected to be transferred to the Shah Alam High Court.

Jong-nam’s murder could be referred to International Criminal Court

6 April 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: The murder of North Korean Kim Jong-nam could be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC), said its president Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi.

Welcome home: Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman greeting Noor Saaidah, her husband Mohd Radzuan (right) and baby son Mohamad Radhiy as they get off the plane at KLIA. Looking on are Nirmala and Mohd Nor Azrin. — Bernama

Back safely from hermit kingdom

1 April 2017

SEPANG: After 24 days of uncertainty in North Korea, it was home sweet home for nine Malaysians who were finally allowed out of the hermit kingdom.

Home sweet home: Anifah (fourth from right) accompanying the nine Malaysians at KLIA’s Bunga Raya Complex.
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‘We were not harassed’

1 April 2017

SEPANG: The Malaysians held by North Korea were not harassed by authorities there during the 24 days that they were prevented from leaving the country.

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