Published 25 February 2017 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Kim Jong-nam death It’s got all the markings of a John Le Carre novel: the killing of the North Korean leader’s brother with one of the deadliest chemical weapons created by man. But who by? And why? Many questions remain unanswered. Here’s a look back at how the killing unfolded, the details that emerged, and the subsequent accusations and diplomatic row. 13 February – The airport attack He was waiting at a budget departure hall inside Kuala Lumpur international airport when the attack happened. Leaked CCTV footage would later show the 45-year-old man loitering in the budget terminal, a rucksack slung over his shoulder, ahead of his return flight to the Chinese territory of Macau at 10:00. Suddenly a woman in a long-sleeve white top approaches him from behind. Her hands grab his face, before she walks away. It’s not clear if she uses a cloth or her bare hands to touch his face. The attack is over in a matter of seconds. The man reportedly told airport staff that “someone had grabbed him from behind and splashed a liquid on his face”. He sought medical… Read full this story
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