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  1. Doan Kim jong nam trial

    VX found on Kim Jong Nam murder suspects' clothes, fingernails: Chemical weapons expert

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    Malaysia to 'fully cooperate' with OPCW on VX probe: Ministry

    The Foreign Affairs Ministry says it "strongly condemns" the use of toxic chemical in Kim Jong Nam's alleged murder and declares it has "complied ...
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    North Korea says heart attack likely killed man believed to be Kim Jong Nam

    A North Korean embassy official in Malaysia has refuted findings by the Malaysian government which indicate that Kim Jong Nam was poisoned by VX ...
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    Kim murder: Malaysian police prepared to share VX information with UN

    When asked if the authorities would accept assistance offered by the United Nations, Inspector-General Khalid Abu Bakar says it depends on what ...
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    Kim Jong Nam suffered painful death within 20 minutes of attack: Malaysian minister

    Kim Jong Nam was dead within 20 minutes of being attacked and would have suffered a 'very painful death' as his major organs shut down, Malaysia's ...
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    North Korea has large chemical weapons stockpile: Seoul

    North Korea has not signed a global chemical weapons convention that prohibits the production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons.
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    Kim Jong Nam probe: Malaysia police chief orders sweep of locations linked to VX use

    Malaysian police will be conducting checks on locations that may have come into contact with the nerve agent VX.
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    VX nerve agent: What is it and how does it work?

    A primer on ethyl S-2-Diisopropylaminoethyl methylphosphonothiolate, or VX nerve agent, which Malaysian authorities said was used to kill a North ...
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    Kim Jong Nam probe: Chemical weapon VX nerve agent used, Malaysia police say

    The Centre for Chemical Weapons identified the chemical substance in its preliminary analysis, according to Malaysia's Inspector General of Police.