Kim Jong-nam assassination suspects spent time in China before poisoning 'prank': reports – The Sydney Morning Herald


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Kim Jong-nam assassination suspects spent time in China before poisoning ‘prank’: reports
The Sydney Morning Herald
Two women suspected of poisoning Kim Jong-nam, the 46-year-old playboy elder half-brother of North Korea’s leader, had apparently lived in China for up to three months before the assassination, according to the China Press, a Chinese language …
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