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SHAH ALAM: The absence of four men at large and implicated in the murder of North Korean Kim Chol did not prejudice the case against the two accused, the High Court was told.
SEOUL (Reuters) - On an icy December day in 2011, North Korea's new leader Kim Jong Un was accompanied by seven advisers as they escorted the hearse that carried his father, Kim Jong Il, through the streets of Pyongyang.
SHAH ALAM: A North Korean man whose photo was found in Indonesian Siti Aisyah’s handphone could still be in Malaysia, the High Court heard.
SHAH ALAM: The home of a North Korean was said to have been used as a clandestine lab to produce VX nerve agent, the poison that killed Kim Chol (or Kim Jong-nam), the High Court heard.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Three men wanted for the killing of Kim Jong Nam were driven to the murder site in a car bought by a North Korean embassy official, a Malaysian court was told on Wednesday, bringing into focus the embassy's role in the sensational murder.
SHAH ALAM: Police could not arrest four men who are charged together with the two accused in the murder of North Korean Kim Chol as there was insufficient information on them.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The promotion of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's 28-year-old sister to the country's top decision-making body is a sign he is strengthening his position by drawing his most important people closer to the centre of power, experts and officials say.
SEOUL: Kim Yo Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, is often seen in state media as youthful and bubbly, a stark contrast to the usually glum generals and ageing party cadres who follow the leader on official duties.
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.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman is aware the three North Korean men wanted in connection with the murder of Kim Jong-nam are taking refuge in the North Korean embassy, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar says.