A Vietnamese woman suspected of assassinating the North Korean leader's half-brother lost her bid for immediate release Thursday as Malaysian authorities refused to drop a murder charge, days after her.. France 24 - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
The woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's half brother in 2017 will resume trial in April after calls to release her were rejected by Malaysia's attorney-general. The second woman accused in the case..
Siti Aisyah, the Indonesian woman who was freed from custody in Malaysia Monday after being charged with killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother in 2017, said she was skeptical when she first heard she.. FOXNews.com - Published
One of two women charged with killing Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un more than two years ago, was freed Monday — in a decision that shocked many. NPR - Published
Watch VideoA woman accused of killing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother has been freed.
According to several reports out Monday, Siti Aisyah was released from custody after.. Newsy - Published Also reported by •FT.com •SBS •Telegraph.co.uk
The murder charge against Siti Aisyah has been dropped. Her lawyers have argued she was trapped as a pawn in a political assassination against a man seen as a threat to the North Korean regime. Christian Science Monitor - Published Also reported by •Deseret News •Newsday •Khaleej Times •SBS •Telegraph.co.uk
The defendant, Siti Aisyah, will be allowed to return to Indonesia after being held in Malaysia since 2017. Officials did not say why the charges were withdrawn. NYTimes.com - Published Also reported by •FT.com
A Malaysian court Monday freed an Indonesian woman accused of assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother after prosecutors withdrew the murder charge against her. Siti Aisyah had been.. IndiaTimes - Published Also reported by •BBC News
The trial of two women accused of killing Kim Jong-un's half-brother will resume in Malaysia after months of delay this week, with a Vietnamese suspect in the case taking to the stand for the first.. New Zealand Herald - Published