Kuala Lumpur airport declared free from toxic chemicals after Kim Jong-nam assassination Play

Kuala Lumpur airport declared free from toxic chemicals after Kim Jong-nam assassination

Kuala Lumpur international airport has been declared free of toxic chemicals. Malaysian authorities searched through a terminal area after it was revealed Kim Jong-nam had been murdered with the toxic nerve agent VX. The estranged brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un died last week after a liquid was splashed in his face by two women at the airport. The UN classes the nerve agent VX as a weapon of mass destruction. A single drop of the liquid can kill within minutes. Feb 26, 2017
Shocking CCTV footage shows armed robbery in Brighton Play

Shocking CCTV footage shows armed robbery in Brighton

Dramatic CCTV footage has been released by Sussex Police, showing a knifepoint robbery of a Co-Op in Brighton. Two men stole around £2,500 from the shop on 16 December 2016. Police say this crime could be linked to a similar robbery in a different Co-Op in Brighton four days later. Feb 24, 2017