Diplomatic row Kim Jong-Nam Killing
Malaysia has stepped up diplomatic measures against North Korea in the escalating dispute over the death of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of the leader Kim Jong-un in North Korea.
Kim Jong Nam, died in mysterious circumstances last week in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur Airport.
Police believe he died of poisoning.
Malaysia has recalled its ambassador from the North Korean capital Pyongyang and summoned the North Korean ambassador “to seek an explanation.”
He says Malaysian police are now looking for four North Koreans.
He said North Korea’s ambassador in Kuala Lumpur, Kang Chol, told reporters he did not trust in the Malaysian investigation.
“Seven days have passed since the incident, but there is no clear evidence of the cause of death at this moment we can not trust the investigation by the Malaysian police in spite of the results [yet to be got.
“The increase is no doubt that there is another person behind the investigation.”