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>> Malaysian authorities declared Kuala Lumpur International Airport free of toxic substances Sunday, following a terminal-wide sweep for toxic chemicals after Kim Jong Nam's murder last week. The estranged half-brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, was killed on February 13th at the airport by nerve agent VX. Police have detained two women and a North Korean man in connection with the killing.
Seven other North Koreans have been named as suspects or wanted for questioning. Kim Jong-nam was waiting at the departure hall when he was attacked by the two women who splashed his face with the VX liquid. He died on route to hospital. One of the woman arrested, an Indonesian, said she thought she was taking part in a television prank show.
VX is one of the deadliest chemical weapons created by man. Experts say just 10 milligrams of the nerve agent, or a single drop, is enough to kill in minutes. Malaysian police are continuing to sweep other locations in Kuala Lumpur.