In Malaysia, the two women accused of killing the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared in court on Tuesday—wearing bulletproof vests.
The two women say they thought the attack was a prank, but if convicted of the murder, they could face the death penalty. Nothing about the bizarre case seems to make much sense.
VICE News traveled to rural Indonesia and speaks with the family of one of the two accused attackers.
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