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>> Digging deeper into the death of Kim Jong-nam. South Korea on Wednesday saying it suspects a pair of female agents from Pyongyang were behind the murder of Kim Jong's half brother and that they used poison to kill him. Malaysian police say Kim died on his way to the hospital from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
South Korea's acting prime minister called an emergency meeting on Wednesday morning.>>
>> If the murder of Kim Jong-nam was confirmed to be committed by the North, that would clearly depict the brutality and inhumanity of the Kim Jong-un regime. South Korean intelligence says Kim Jong-nam had been living with his second wife in the Chinese territory of Macau under protection from Beijing.
And according to Malaysian police, the dead man held a passport under the name Kim Chow. Kim has spoken out publically against his families control of North Korea in the past. It's not yet clear why he was in Malaysia. Officials there say his cause of death is not yet known.
Early on Wednesday, Kim's body was taken to a second hospital for an autopsy. A Malaysian police source says he seen CCTV footage from the airport that confirms their suspect is a woman. And South Korean TV cited multiple official sources saying Kim had been poisoned by a needle by two North Korean operatives that fled by taxi.
Malaysia is one of a handful of countries that maintains close ties with North Korea. Their citizens can visit each other countries without VISAs.