Malaysians banned from leaving North Korea over the murder of King Jong-Nam

King Jong-Nam, half-brother of North Korea Leader, Kim Jong Un was murdered at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia on February 13.
Due to the controversies surrounding the murder, North Korea's foreign ministry has issued a temporary ban on Malaysians leaving the country in order to ensure the safety of its own diplomats and citizens in Malaysia.

The assassins used VX nerve agent - tasteless and odorless liquid capable of severely disrupting the nervous system.

VX is reportedly listed as a weapon of mass destruction by the United Nations.

According to a Police report, eight North Koreans have been declared wanted in connection with the murder, including a senior North Korean diplomat and a state airline employee - who are believed to be hiding in the embassy.

The only people charged so far are a Vietnamese woman and an Indonesian woman.

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