SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — An outcast from North Korea’s ruling family was killed with a weapon believed to belong to North Korea’s chemical arsenal, and several North Koreans are wanted for questioning. But with Malaysia deporting the only North Korean it detained in the airport assassination of Kim Jong Nam, many in South Korea see the secretive, dictatorial regime in Pyongyang escaping punishment for another mysterious killing.

And yet North Korea often takes out perceived enemies,  South Koreans said.

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