Kim Jong-nam death: Malaysia 'to deport 50 North Koreans'
14 March 2017
Relations between Malaysia and North Korea have plummeted over the murder of Kim Jong-nam
Malaysia says it will deport 50 North Koreans for overstaying their visas, despite its recent ban on North Koreans leaving the country.
The group were working in Sarawak on Borneo island, Malaysia said.
But it did not say why the government had decided to expel them despite the ban, which was imposed in response to a similar move by Pyongyang.
Ties between the two remain tense after the murder of the North Korean leader's half-brother in Malaysia last month.
Kim Jong-nam was killed with a potent nerve agent at Kuala Lumpur airport. Malaysia has not directly blamed North Korea for this, but there is widespread suspicion Pyongyang was responsible.
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