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North Korea has said Malaysia is to blame for the death of Kim Jong-Nam at an airport in Kuala Lumpur.
Pyongyang has also accused the Malaysian government of having an "unfriendly attitude" following the murder of Kim Jong-Un's estranged half-brother last week.
According to KCNA, the country's state news agency, Mr Kim "suddenly fell into a state of shock" and died after suffering what it called "a heart stroke" - and warned Malaysia's refusal to hand over his body was in violation of international law.
North Korean officials have challenged claims that the 45-year-old was poisoned, and said Malaysian police had "recklessly" made it an established fact.