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00:00:02
>> The first suspect in the assassination of Kim Jong-nam. The woman, detained at Kuala Lumpur Airport Wednesday, identified from CCTV footage. Wearing a white t-shirt with the letters L-O-L printed across the front. Malaysian police say she was carrying documents in the name of Doan Thi Huong, showing she was born in Nam Din, Vietnam in May 1988.
00:00:24
According to local media, a second woman was detained Thursday. Sources tell Reuters, North Korean officials tried to talk Malaysia out of doing an autopsy on Kim, though authorities refused. His body was taken to a morgue in Kuala Lumpur, though it's unknown whether it will eventually be handed over to Pyongyang.
00:00:42
Kim had long suspected he could be the target of an assassination attempt. South Korean officials say he pleaded with his half brother Kim Jong-un in 2012 to spare his life. Apparently penning a letter to his younger sibling saying, we have nowhere to go, nowhere to hide. We are well aware that the only way to escape is suicide.
00:01:02
So far, there's no mention of Kim's death in North Korean media. Which on Thursday was squarely fixed on reporting the 75th birthday anniversary of late leader Kim Jong-il.