KLIA2 remains as busy as ever

  • Nation
  • Monday, 13 Mar 2017

SEPANG: A month after the high profile killing of Kim Jong-nam at KLIA2, the airport is still as busy as ever with travellers rushing to catch flights to their next destinations.

Pushing their trolleys and lugging their carry-on baggage to the check-in counters, travellers are too preoccupied with this task than to care about what happened on the morning of Feb 13.

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Courts & Crime , Kim Jong-nam , KLIA2 , North Korea


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