Pyongyang carrying Malaysia responsibility for the assassination of a half-brother of the leader of North Korea[/ltr]
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North Korean authorities said that Malaysia "is responsible for the death of one of its citizens, and are trying to politicize the return of his body."
Kim Jong-Nam did not name what appears to be the first official statement in which the media in North Korea refers to the death of a half-brother of the leader of the country.
It is noteworthy that Jong-nam, died after being poisoned in Kuala Lumpur Airport, and the body remained in the morgue of a hospital there.
Many Koreans accuse of involvement in his murder, including a senior official at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, and employee of the airline Air Koryo
The detection of four people from North Korea suspected of involvement in the name of the slayings, but they had left Malaysia, was arrested in the North Korean else.
Malaysia's police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said he had asked Interpol to issue an arrest warrant for Koreans
Malaysian police confirmed that Kim Jong-nam, died after being sprayed two women, a toxic substance on his face, while he was in the waiting room at the airport heading to Macao.
She said that "the attack was planned and trained the two women are well trained." Not received the blame squarely on the North Korean authorities, but said that "North Koreans are behind the attack."
Kim was longer in time than likely times successor to his father Kim Jong-Il, but things have become in favor of his younger brother Kim Jong-un as Jong Nam spent years in exile, and was traveling using a passport under the name of Kim Chol.
Malaysia says it believes that the dead man is Kim Jong Nam, as requested DNA samples from the ruling family in order to final disposition, which it described as North Korea's demand "ridiculous."
According to Korean media said North, "a citizen of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea was traveling a diplomatic passport and died because of heart attack.
She also said that the news stories about poisoned "unfounded and part of the conspiracy behind them South Korean authorities."
She stressed that an examination of the corpse of a diplomatic passport holder without state permission, "a brutal assault on human rights, and acted contrary to human ethics."