Kim Jong Nam is the brother of the current top leader of North Korea King Jong

Kim jong nam is the brother of the current top leader

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suitable example is the assassination of Kim Jong Nam. Kim Jong Nam is the brother of the current top leader of North Korea (King Jong Un). On the morning of 13rd February 2017, he was attacked by two Vietnamese women when he is ready to board for Macau in Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2(KLIA2). He died when he is on the way to Putrajaya Hospital. According to Malaysian Police, the reason for his death was due to a heart shock by VX Neurotoxic agent. The poison sample was taken from Kim Jong Nam’s skin and eyes. It was analyzed by Centre for Chemical Weapons Analysis of the Chemistry Department of Malaysia. If they have any problem like injured or die in the airport, the reputation of the country also will be affected. After this happening, Malaysia was listed as the top 50 dangerous country all around the world. International organizations will not be organizing any more national meetings or event in Malaysia. Economy of Malaysia was also affected because foreign companies reduced their foreign investments in Malaysia. In addition, the chaos at the security checkpoint can let thieves easy to steal and we hard to sought out the thief in the crowd. Many thieves say that airport security checkpoints are a virtual goldmine because they can steal a lot of valuables. The success rate of stolen in the airport is higher than other
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