North Korea strongly denied any role in the killing and has demanded that Malaysia turn over Kim's body. Kim was the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, and relations between Malaysia and North Korea have deteriorated sharply since Kim's death, with each expelling the other's ambassador.
Police said earlier this week that Mr Kim's remains have been positively identified after DNA samples from his child was brought to Malaysia.
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Meanwhile, Malaysia's deputy police chief indicated Thursday that Kim's family had given its approval to Malaysian authorities to decide what to do with his embalmed remains, but the official did not make it clear whether the family wanted to take possession of the body.
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This comes as Interpol issued a red notice, the closest instrument to an worldwide arrest warrant, on four North Koreans wanted in connection with the murder.
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The Interpol red notice alerts police in countries that are members of Interpol to share information and intelligence on suspects with a view to arresting and then extraditing them. "We have. obtained a red notice for the four North Korean nationals who were at the airport on the day of the incident and who have since left", police chief Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters. About 315 North Koreans are in Malaysia.
Pyongyang has denounced the Malaysian investigation as an attempt to smear the secretive regime, insisting that the 45-year-old most likely died of a heart attack. Mr Kim had arrived in Malaysia on February 6 and was at the airport to catch a flight to Macau, where he lived with his second wife and a son under Chinese protection.