Malaysia arrests woman suspect in murder of NKorean ruler’s brother
A woman carrying a Vietnam travel document was arrested Wednesday by Malaysian police as part of their investigation into the assassination of the North Korean dictator’s estranged half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, at Kuala Lumpur airport. A post mortem is underway to determine if a poison injection by two women caused his death. Members of the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur were present. Kim was attacked while preparing to fly home to Macau, where he has been living under Chinese protection.