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Vietnamese Suspect In Kim Jong Nam’s Murder To Testify Next Week

Eurasia Review Saturday, 9 March 2019
By Hadi Azmi

A Vietnamese woman accused of using a chemical warfare agent to kill the half-brother of North Korea’s leader was “in good condition” to testify for the first time when her trial in Malaysia resumes next week, her lawyer said Friday.

Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong is expected to take the witness stand on...
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News video: Kim Jong Nam murder suspect to testify in Malaysian court

Kim Jong Nam murder suspect to testify in Malaysian court 01:28

One of the women suspected of murdering Kim Jong Un's elder half-brother, Kim Jong Nam is set to testify in court next week.

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