North Korea used VX nerve agent to kill leader's brother, says US

North Korea used VX nerve agent to kill leader's brother, says US
 

The half-brother of Kim Jong-un was killed by a chemical attack in Malaysia on the orders of the North Korean government, the US has concluded.
Kim Jong-nam died after a bizarre encounter at Kuala Lumpur airport in 2017, when two women smeared his face with VX nerve agent.
The women, who claim they were told they were carrying out a prank for a TV show, are on trial for murder.
The US said it would imposed new sanctions on North Korea in response.
"This public display of contempt for universal norms against chemical weapons use further demonstrates the reckless nature of North Korea... read more

 
7 March 2018 in World News, Views: 49
Source: BBC
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