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Security footage of the events leading up to the death of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

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    1. The bizarre passing of Kim Jong Nam

    2. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to demonstrate a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam (hovered in red) gazing toward takeoff board at the ease transporter campaign at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    3. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to appear (hovered in red) a man indicated to be Kim Jong Nam being confronted by a lady in a white shirt at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    4. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to demonstrate a lady in a white shirt (hovered in red on right) leaving in the wake of confronting a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam (hovered in red on left) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    5. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to demonstrate a man indicated to be Kim Jong Nam (hovered in red) conversing with airplane terminal staff, in the wake of being addressed by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    6. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to demonstrate a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam conversing with security work force, in the wake of being addressed by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    7. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to show security faculty escorting a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam, after the last was addressed by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV

    8. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to show security faculty escorting a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam (conveying dark sack) to a zone with a sign perusing "therapeutic facility", after he was greeted by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia on February 13, 2017. FUJITV/by means of Reuters TV. Consideration EDITORS - THIS VIDEO WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. Compulsory CREDIT.

    9. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to demonstrate a man implied to be Kim Jong Nam (third R with dark rucksack) at a counter in a range with a sign perusing "restorative center", after he was confronted by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/through Reuters TV

    10. A still picture from a CCTV film seems to show restorative staff encompassing a man accepted to be Kim Jong-Nam, after he was greeted by a lady in a white shirt, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. FUJITV/through Reuters TV

    11. Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam. Two ladies from Vietnam and Indonesia have been captured on doubt of completing the strike on Kim Jong Nam. There is theory that they directed a toxic substance by wiping it or showering it all over. Regal Malaysia Police

    12. Indonesian Siti Aisyah. Regal Malaysia Police

    13. A North Korean man distinguished by Malaysian police as Ri Jong Chol is taken to a police headquarters in Sepang, Malaysia. Stop Jung-ho/News1 via

    14. Ri Jong Chol, a North Korean captured in the test, lived in Malaysia for over three years without working at the organization enrolled on his business allow or getting a pay. Reuters couldn't find out if Ri had whatever other work or wellspring of wage. Police couldn't be gone after remark to clarify how Ri bolstered his family in Malaysia. Regal Malaysia Police

    15. North Korean speculates Ri Jae Nam (front L), Hong Song Hac (back L) and Ri Ji Hyun (R). South Korean and U.S. authorities have said they trust North Korean specialists killed Kim Jong Nam, who had been living in the Chinese region of Macau under Beijing's security. Regal Malaysia Police

    16. A still picture from a recording communicate by Chinese state media accepted to demonstrate a lady (wearing yellow top) associated with inclusion in the evident death of Kim Jong Nam. CCTV by means of REUTERS TV

    17. North Korean presume Ri Ji U. Regal Malaysia Police

    18. North Korean presume Ri Ji U. Illustrious Malaysia Police

    19. North Korean presume Hong Song Hac. Regal Malaysia Police

    20. North Korean speculate O Jong Gil. Illustrious Malaysia Police

    21. North Korean speculate Ri Ji Hyon. Illustrious Malaysia Police

    22. Malaysian Muhammad Farid Bin Jallaludin. Illustrious Malaysia Police

    23. Members of the Royal Malaysia Police exceptional operation strengths stand protect inside the funeral home at Kuala Lumpur General Hospital where Kim Jong Nam's body is held for examination. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

    24. A man accepted to be North Korean beneficiary obvious Kim Jong Nam investigates as he loads onto a plane upon his expulsion from Japan at Tokyo's Narita universal air terminal in May 2001. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

    25. Kim Jong Nam is escorted by police as he loads onto a plane upon his expulsion from Japan at Tokyo's Narita worldwide air terminal particle May 2001. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita/File Photo