19 Mar 2017 06:46 PM EST
State media reported on Sunday Malaysian police are expected to make a few more arrests, including an "important person", in connection with the murder of Kim Jong Nam. Nam is the the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Nam was killed on Feb. 13, when Malaysian police say two women smeared super toxic VX nerve agent on his face. The incident happened at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Malaysian police have previously identified eight North Koreans wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of Kim Jong Nam, some of them hiding in the North Korean embassy. A Vietnamese woman and an Indonesian woman have already been charged in the case.
Veteran NPR voice Robert Siegel says that he's stepping down next January as host of the network's signature "All Things Considered" newscast. He opened NPR's London bureau and ran the newsroom...
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