North Korean officials object to autopsy on body of leader’s half-brother

Malaysian officials stated today that North Korean government officials are objecting to an autopsy being performed on the body of Kim Jong-nam, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother. Meanwhile, the manhunt for a suspicious woman seen in security camera footage yesterday at Kuala Lumpur International Airport continues.
Kim Jong-nam (left) and Kim Jong-un (right) Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

A day after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother was assassinated, the manhunt for those involved in his death continues. In addition, North Korean officials objected today (Wednesday) to an autopsy being performed on the body of Kim Jong-nam, according to Malaysian officials.

According to the report, senior level North Korean officials in Malaysia are demanding that the body be handed over to them but the Malaysian officials are refusing to do so.  

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As reported earlier by JOL, the Malaysian authorities are searching for a woman who was wearing a white shirt with LOL printed on it and documented by security cameras at Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday.



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