Mr Kim collapsed on Monday morning while waiting to board a flight from Kuala Lumpur back to Macau, where he was living in exlie.
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A police manhunt was underway in Malaysia on Tuesday night after the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was assassinated at an airport having apparently been attacked with a chemical spray.
Unnamed South Korean government officials had earlier stated that two female North Korean agents poisoned Kim Jong-nam. According to the reports, the attackers then fled the airport by taxi and remain at large.
Mr Kim, who had frequently spoken out against his brother's dictatorship, said he was in "extreme pain" after having been sprayed in the face with an unidentified liquid as he waited to board a flight in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian police said.
"Kim Jong-nam told KLIA staff that his face was feeling extremely painful because of an unidentified liquid sprayed at him. He was then taken for treatment at KLIA (Kuala Lumpur international airport) Clinic," Abdul Samah Mat, a Malaysian police chief, told The Daily Telegraph.
The results of a post-mortem into the 46-year-old's death are expected on Wednesday. Police are also investigating airport CCTV footage to try and identify the assailants and have ordered a toxicology test on the liquid used in the attack.
"He was taken to the KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) clinic for further treatment, but because of the condition he was in, he was rushed to Putrajaya hospital, but passed away soon after arriving," Mohmad Salleh, a Malaysian police chief, told the Telegraph.
Mr Kim, the son of former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, was was once tipped to suceed his father but publicly criticised his family's dynastic control of the isolated state.
He also fell out of favour when he was caught trying to enter Japan on a false passport in 2001, saying he wanted to visit Tokyo Disneyland.
It would not be the first time the North Korean dictator has killed one of his own relatives. Here is a list of notable executions carried out under his rule.
The half-brother of the North Korean dictator was assassinated at an airport in Malaysia in February 2017 having apparently been attacked with a chemical spray
North Korea's top education official was executed in August 2016 with a high-caliber machinge gun for falling asleep during a meeting, according to reports
The defence minister was shot by anti-aircraft guns in front of hundreds of onlookers in April 2015 for falling asleep during an event and not carrying out instructions, according to South Korean intelligence officers
General Jang Song-Thaek
In December 2013, Jang, Kim Jong-un's uncle and a leading general, was accused of being a counter-revolutionary and executed. There were reports that many members of his family were also killed
Jang's wife and Kim Jong-un's aunt, was apparently poisoned in May 2014 after complaining about her husband's execution, according to defectors
Jang's ally, the deputy public security minister, was executed with a flame-thrower in April 2014, South Korean media reported
A vice minister in the army was apparently executed with a mortar round in April 2014 for drinking and carousing in the official mourning period for Kimg Jong-iI's death