Last week, Kim Jong-nam, eldest son of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, was assassinated at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia.
Japan’s Fuji TV has released a video clip of events leading up to the assassination. Watch below.
Authorities are waiting on toxicology and pathology reports to determine the exact cause of death, but Kim appears to have died as a result of being sprayed with a poisonous substance.
Malaysian officials have determined that the assassins are North Korean nationals:
“I confirm today the perpetrators, the four suspects are from North Korea (without diplomatic passports) have left our country on the same day (of Kim Jong-nam’s killing),” said police inspector Noor Rashid Ibrahim at a press conference on Sunday.
In addition to the four suspects who fled the country, police are looking for three other new suspects, whose pictures were displayed at the conference.
Of these three, one has already been identified as a North Korean national.
South Korean Defense Ministry Spokesman Jeong Joon-hee said Sunday that the South Korean government “assumes that North Korea’s regime is behind the incident.”