KLIA2 declared safe from toxin


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  • Monday, 27 Feb 2017

Safety measures: Police and other agencies conducting a joint sweep of the path Jong-nam took after the Feb 13 attack at the KLIA2 departure terminal. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

SEPANG: KLIA2 has been cleared of any trace of the VX nerve agent and declared safe following an early-morning sweep.

Police have confirmed that the low-cost carrier terminal where the murder of Kim Jong-nam took place is free of the toxin.

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