Kim Jong-nam murder: Second accused to remain jailed
What happened on 13 February 2017
Two women named Doan Thi Huong and Siti Aisyah were accused in his assassination.
North Korea denies involvement
Four North Koreans who fled Malaysia for an unknown destination shortly after the assassination were also charged in absentia with the murder. The Interpol has issued red notices asking governments to send them back to face trial.
North Korea has consistently denied involvement in the killing, though US, South Korean and Malaysian authorities have said Pyongyang was responsible.
(With text inputs from IANS)