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Thêm một nghi phạm ám sát Kim Jong-Nam bị bắt

Cảnh sát Malaysia giữ trật tự khi các nhà báo phỏng vấn các quan chức đại sứ quán Bắc Hàn vừa rời phòng xét nghiệm pháp y ông Kim Jong-Nam, tại Bệnh viện Quốc tế Kuala Lumpur ngày 15 tháng 2 năm 2017.

Cảnh sát Malaysia giữ trật tự khi các nhà báo phỏng vấn các quan chức đại sứ quán Bắc Hàn vừa rời phòng xét nghiệm pháp y ông Kim Jong-Nam, tại Bệnh viện Quốc tế Kuala Lumpur ngày 15 tháng 2 năm 2017. AFP photo

Malaysia cho biết vào sáng hôm nay đã bắt giữ thêm được một nữ nghi phạm và một người đàn ông có thể là nhân tình của người nữ mới bị bắt liên quan đến vụ ám sát ông Kim Jong- Nam. Nữ nghi phạm bị bắt hôm nay mang theo hộ chiếu Indonesia.

Bộ Ngoại giao Indonesia ngay trong ngày hôm nay lên tiếng xác nhận nghi phạm bị bắt đó là công dân Indonesia. Theo thông cáo báo chí mà Bộ Ngoại giao Indonesia phát đi thì đại sứ quán nước này ở Malaysia đã kiểm chứng thông tin nhận được từ phía Malaysia và căn cứ trên những dữ liệu ban đầu; thì nữ nghi phạm mới bị bắt là công dân Indonesia.

Đại sứ quán Indonesia ở Kuala Lumpur yêu cầu được tiếp xúc với nghi phạm để trợ giúp pháp lý.

2 more people arrested in mysterious death of Kim Jong Un’s half-brother

By Ben Westcott and Joshua Berlinger, CNN

(CNN)Two more people have been arrested in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half brother, Malaysian authorities said.

News of the arrests come a day after South Korean’s National Assembly Intelligence Committee chairman said Kim Jong Nam died Monday morning after being poisoned at the airport.

A 26-year-old Malaysian man, who is the boyfriend of another suspect, was arrested Wednesday in the city of Anpang, Selangor State Police Chief Abdul Samah Mat said.

He helped lead police to his girlfriend, Mat said.

She was arrested carrying an Indonesian passport at about 2 a.m. Thursday local time, the Royal Malaysian Police said in a statement.

Indonesia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed she is a national of the country and is requesting consular access.

Police did not say where she was detained, only that she had been identified on closed circuit TV footage from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and was alone at the time of her arrest.

A man watches a television showing news reports of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in Seoul on February 14, 2017.

A man watches a television showing news reports of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in Seoul on February 14, 2017.

A man watches a television showing news reports of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in Seoul on February 14, 2017.

The first arrest was made on Wednesday when a woman carrying a Vietnamese travel document was taken into custody by police at the airport. Both women have been remanded in custody for seven days, according to police.

The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not confirm to CNN whether the woman was a Vietnamese citizen.

“Our Vietnamese relevant authorities are working closely with their Malaysian counterparts to clarify the information,” Nguyen Phuong Tra, an official with the ministry, said in an emailed statement to CNN.

Mat later confirmed to CNN that a still image from closed circuit television, which was published in the Malay Mail, showed one of the female suspects in Sepang on Monday.This photo of closed circuit television footage shows a woman wearing a shirt with "LOL" on it in Sepang, Malaysia, on Monday, February 13. The woman is one of the female suspects who has been detained in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, Selangor State Police Chief Abdul Samah Mat with the Royal Malaysian Police told CNN

This photo of closed circuit television footage shows a woman wearing a shirt with "LOL" on it in Sepang, Malaysia, on Monday, February 13. The woman is one of the female suspects who has been detained in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, Selangor State Police Chief Abdul Samah Mat with the Royal Malaysian Police told CNN

This photo of closed circuit television footage shows a woman wearing a shirt with “LOL” on it in Sepang, Malaysia, on Monday, February 13. The woman is one of the female suspects who has been detained in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, Selangor State Police Chief Abdul Samah Mat with the Royal Malaysian Police told CNN

A second photo from the closed circuit footage.
A second photo from the closed circuit footage.

Speaking to the press Thursday, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the North Korean embassy in Malaysia had confirmed Kim Jong Nam’s identity. Kim had been traveling with two passports, under the name Kim Chol.
North Korea has requested Kim’s body through the embassy and Malaysia would comply once the autopsy was complete, Hamidi said. He added that no next of kin had asked for the body.
When asked about reports alleging North Korea’s involvement in Kim’s death, Hamidi said it was “only speculation.”

Who killed Kim Jong Nam?

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/16/asia/kim-jong-nam-arrests-autopsy/#

Who killed Kim Jong Nam? 02:42

How it happened

Kim was about to board a flight to Macau, a Chinese territory, to see his family, when he was killed.

It is still unclear who attacked him and how, but South Korean’s National Assembly Intelligence Committee Chairman Lee Cheol Woo told a press briefing Wednesday that Kim had been attacked by “two Asian women.”

He didn’t reveal how South Korea knew this or how Kim had been poisoned.
Kim went to a counter at the Kuala Lumpur airport asking for help, Royal Malaysia Police said.

A Malaysian official told CNN that he was then taken to an airport clinic, which decided to send him to the hospital. He died en route.

Kim Jong Nam (R) with his father, former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il (L), according to CNN-affiliate KBS.

Kim Jong Nam (R) with his father, former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il (L), according to CNN-affiliate KBS.

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