Kim Jong-un’s half-brother has been reportedly assassinated with ‘poisoned needles’ in Malaysia, reports Metro.
Kim Jong Nam was killed after two woman attacked him with the poisoned needles at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Monday morning, according to South Korean news agency Yohap News.
The suspects, believed to be North Korean agents, fled the scene in a taxi.
Malaysian police said an unidentified North Korean man died en route to hospital, but his identity had not been verified.
Kim fled to Malaysia after the execution of his uncle, Jang Song-thaek, in December 2013.
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