Woman Arrested in Assassination of Kim Jong-Un's Half-brother
Malaysian police have arrested a woman in connection to the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, North Korea leader Kim Jong-un's older brother. She is believed to be one of two women who murdered Kim Jong-nam, possibly with poisoned needles or a chemical spray.
AFP reports authorities say they have arrested a 28-year-old woman with a Vietnamese passport. Fox News reports she was arrested after she was caught on surveillance video at the Kuala Lumpur airport where Kim Jong-nam was killed. She is seen wearing a white long-sleeved shirt with "LOL" across the front of it.
Police are still looking for more suspects.
The Guardian reports North Korean officials objected to an autopsy being done on the body.