>> Malaysia wants Interpol to put out an alert over the death of the North Korean leaders half-brother. It's requesting the move to apprehend four North Korean suspects over the killing. Kim Jung Nam was killed at Kuala Lumpur's main airport on February 13th. It's believes the four men made their way back home on that same day.
Kim Jung Nam had spoken out publicly in the past against his family's dynastic control of the isolated nuclear armed state. South Korean and US officials say he was assassinated by North Korean agents. North Korea has not acknowledged his death. Two women were arrested in connection with the attack last week.
Malaysian police saying on Thursday they had been paid for carrying out the fatal assault using a fast-acting poison. One North Korean man is also in custody. The search continues for another seven. A request has also been sent to the North Korean Embassy to interview a diplomat and an airline employee.
Malaysia wouldn't use an arrest warranty for the embassy official, as he has diplomatic immunity. But if he doesn't come forward, they say further action will be taken. A North Korean embassy official in Kuala Lumpur though, has said no formal request to interview either man had been received.