Malaysia Deports Detained North Korean Suspect In Connection With Kim Jong-Nam’s Death

Malaysia Deports Detained North Korean Suspect In Connection With Kim Jong-Nam’s Death
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The North Korean suspect, Ri Jong Chol held in Malaysia in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam has been deported.

He had been released from police custody due to insufficient evidence to press charges. He was handed over to immigration officials for deportation because he has no travel documents, and left the country on Friday, an official said.

Kim Jong-nam was murdered on February 13 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, where he was assaulted by two women who allegedly smeared his face with VX, a chemical classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction.

Malaysia is also investigating a firm thought to be used by North Korea to evade sanctions on military exports. It has condemned the use of the powerful VX nerve agent in the 13 February attack.

 

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