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Published: Tue, February 28, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Malaysian police say raided condo rented by suspects in Kim's murder

Malaysian police say raided condo rented by suspects in Kim's murder

Two women smeared a substance on the victim's face as he waited to board a flight - Kim died shortly after while en route to the hospital.

"The doses were so high and it did it so fast and all over the body, so it would have affected his heart, it would have affected his lungs, it would have affected everything".

Police said one of them had suffered from the effects of VX and had been vomiting. In addition to the two women, police are holding a North Korean man.

Aisyah says she was paid $90 to put a poison-soaked cloth in Kim's face in the Malaysian capital's airport on February 13. But North Korea never signed the treaty, and has spent decades developing a complex chemical weapons program.

- Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27 ― A suspect in Kim Jong-nam's murder partied the night before the killing to celebrate her future success as an internet celebrity over a supposed planned prank. But he may have been seen as a potential rival in North Korea's dynastic dictatorship, even though he had lived in exile for years. North Korea denies killing the high-profile critic of the regime.

"It's a very toxic nerve agent". It's not clear what false reports they allegedly made, and the NIS didn't say how it got its information.

Police also won't say much about the apparent break-in attempt at the building housing Kim's body.

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Workers in hazmat suits early Sunday swept the Kuala Lumpur airport for traces of the deadly chemical, authorities said. No areas were cordoned off and protective measures were not taken, though officials announced Friday that the facility would be decontaminated.

The Malaysian police inspector general has been talking with the press this week, but not answering many questions, saying instead that a lot of answers reporters are seeking are "subjects of the investigation".

The two other North Koreans named by Malaysian authorities are a senior official at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur and an employee of the state airline, Air Koryo.

"Other exhibits are under analysis", Mr Khalid said, adding that the two women were paid to carry out the assault and washed their hands before fleeing from the airport. "Compared with the nerve agent Sarin (also known as GB), VX is considered to be much more toxic by entry through the skin and somewhat more toxic by inhalation", the CDC said on its website. United States medics and military personnel carried kits with them on the battlefield during the Iraq war in case they were exposed to the chemical weapon.

Doan Thi Huong, a Vietnamese national born in 1988, has also said she thought she was taking part in a television prank.

Siti Aisyah didn't know she was handling poison and thought the liquid given to her was baby oil, Erwin said after meeting her at the police station Saturday, according to the New Straits Times.

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