Malaysia recalled its ambassador to Pyongyang over what it called "baseless" accusations.The rogue nation also demanded custody of Kim's body and strongly objected to an autopsy.The ministry said the North Korean ambassador Kang Chol was summoned for "an explanation on the accusations he made against the government of Malaysia in his press conference on 17 February 2017."In his press conference, the ambassador ... the Malaysian government had 'something to conceal'.The ambassador also alleged that Malaysia was 'colluding and playing into the gallery of external forces'," the statement said.According to The Star, a Malaysian daily, they returned to Pyongyang via Jakarta, Dubai and Vladivostok.South Korean and US officials believe Kim Jong-nam was killed by agents from the reclusive North.
More footage shows him inside the clinic seeking medical assistance.
It also appeared to show a second women approaching Kim Jong Nam from a different direction before the attack at an airport in Malaysia. He then walked alongside as they led him to the airport clinic.
After the first woman held something over the man's mouth for a few seconds, both women turned and calmly walked off in different directions. He had been standing at a ticketing kiosk in the budget terminal.
The killing has triggered a diplomatic spat between Malaysia and North Korea, which has opposed an autopsy and demanded that the body be handed over directly.
Police have said the four North Korean suspects fled Malaysia on the day of the attack, but declined to give details.