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Allegation of Indonesian’s Involvement Investigated

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Siti Aisyah used to live in the red house in a densely populated area on Gang Kacang RT 05/RW 03 at Jalan Angke Indah, Tambora, West Jakarta. Siti is a citizen holding the Indonesian passport, who was arrested by the Malaysian police for allegedly being involved in the murder of a North Korean man named Kim Jong Nam at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia. The photo was taken of Friday (17/2).

SERANG, KOMPAS – Almost nobody in Sindangsari village, Pabuaran, Serang regency, Banten, believes that the female resident identified as SA was involved in the murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s stepbrother Kim Jong Nam. SA’s mother never knew about her daughter’s activities abroad.

On Friday, officials from the Indonesian embassy in Kuala Lumpur were still unable to meet with SA who had been detained in Selangor, Malaysia. “So far, we have yet to obtain a permit from the Malaysian authorities to meet with SA,” deputy Indonesian ambassador to Malaysia Andreano Erwin told Kompas.

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