Two women to face murder charges over Kim Jong-nam death



    Two women to face murder charges over Kim Jong-nam death

    Feb.28, Two women implicated in the killing of the estranged brother of North Korea's leader are to be charged with murder on Wednesday, according to Malaysia's prosecutor. 

    Attorney General Mohamed Apandi Ali said the women - from Indonesia and Vietnam - would be formally charged and could face death if convicted.

    The women allegedly smeared a deadly chemical over Kim Jong-nam's face at a Malaysia airport earlier this month. They have said they thought they were taking part in a TV prank.

    He said no decision had yet been taken on whether to charge a North Korean man, Ri Jong Chol, who is also being held over the killing.

    The two women - Doan Thi Huong from Vietnam and Siti Aisyah from Indonesia - are among some 10 suspects identified by Malaysia as being involved in the killing.

    The other suspects include a senior official at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur and a staff member of the state airline. South Korea believes at least four suspects are North Korean spies.

    The Oslo Times International News Network

     
     

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