Malaysian police confirmed the death of Kim Jong-Nam, brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, reports Reuters. Cause of death not yet determined, said police.
Informed South Korean Agency Yonhap, citing a government source, wrote that Kim Jong-Nam was killed in Malaysia.
Cable channel TV Chosun reported that Kim Jong-Nam, was killed in the Malaysian airport in an attack of two unknown women. They supposedly used the “poisoned needle” and then ran away. The police, according to the channel, suspects that the murder is itself North Korea.