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>> After being given his marching orders Saturday, the North Korean Ambassador to Malaysia is set to leave the country. Malaysia granting Kang Chol just 48 hours to get out. The media, keeping a watchful eye on the comings and goings at the North Korean embassy. The decision escalating a diplomatic spat over the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader.
Nam was murdered in Kuala Lumpur airport last month. Malaysian authorities believed two women smeared his face with VX nerve agent. North Korea's ambassador had already waded into affairs saying Malaysia couldn't be trusted to handle the investigation. Malaysia claimed they asked for an apology, but never got one. The ambassador, the second North Korean said to be ejected by Malaysia in just a week.
On Friday, they deported a suspect in the case. US and South Korean officials have said Kim Jong-nam was killed by agents of North Korea.