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Interpol issued a "red notice" Thursday for four North Koreans wanted in connection with the freaky assassination of Kim Jong Un's half brother in Malaysia, but it probably won't do much good.

"He (Kim) noted that the success made in the current test marked a great event of historic significance as it declared a new birth of the Juche-based rocket industry", KCNA said.

Kim Jong-un, the north's supreme leader and Kim Jong-nam's younger half-brother, visited a palace to mark the birthday of their father, the late dictator Kim Jong-il early on Thursday.

Malaysian authorities had asked the global police organization to help them catch the four men who are believed to have fled Malaysia on the day Kim Jong Nam was killed in a chemical attack at a local airport, Police Inspector-General Khalid Abu Bakar said.

The KCNA said he was accompanied by Ri Pyong-chol, Kim Jong-sik and other leading officials of the North's ruling Workers' Party of Korea, and scientists and technicians in the field of rocket research.

Of the seven, four suspects, believed to have flown out of Malaysia the same day as the attack and now in Pyongyang, have been put on Interpol's Red Notice list, known to be the closest instrument to an worldwide arrest warrant.

NORTH Korean diplomat Pak Myong Ho blamed a "despicable and extremely dangerous" plot by the US and South Korea yesterday for the killing of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia.

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About 315 North Koreans are in Malaysia. There are fears his 21-year-old son, Kim Han-Sol, could be targeted next.

The three other North Korean suspects are hiding in the country's embassy in Malaysia, Malaysian police say.

The hospital in Kuala Lumpur where Kim Jong-nam's body is being kept.

An Interpol red notice is effectively an global arrest warrant.

Malaysia has received a request from North Korea for Kim Jong-nam's body and officials have said it will be handed over when medical and police checks are completed.

North Korea denies that the body is Kim Jong Nam's, but they have repeatedly demanded that Malaysian authorities hand it over.

But The Donald later blamed China for failing to rein in pal Kim.

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