China closely following Kim Jong Nam death

Added On February 17, 2017

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said China is closely following developments concerning the reported death of Kim Jong Nam.
He made the remarks at a routine press briefing on Wednesday.
Media reports say Kim Jong Nam, the elder half-brother of the top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, died in Kuala Lumpur Monday.
He is reported to have been passing through the capital's international airport, but sought help after feeling unwell. He later died on the way to hospital.
Malaysian police said Wednesday that a female suspect had been arrested at second terminal. The suspect, who was carrying a Vietnamese passport, was identified from surveillance video footage at the airport.
Geng said China was aware of coverage of the issue, and that authorities are monitoring its progress.