Information on the two local men and two Indonesian women being sought by police.
Siti Aisyah's lawyers allowed to appeal decision not to compel prosecutors to produce the statements.
UPDATED 7.25PM | The defence representing Siti Aisyah filed the notice of motion with regard to seven prosecution witnesses
The two Indonesian women are identified as Raisa Rinda Salma and Dessy Meyrisinta.
Judge rules the prosecution had succeeded in establishing a prima facie case against the two women.
Siti Aisyah's lawyer points out his client was never charged together with Doan as common intent could not be proved.
Dennis Ignatius believes this sends a signal to N Korea that its outrageous behaviour will be rewarded.
The premier says this in an interview with Nikkei Asian Review, during his trip to Japan.
Man called 'Li' asked the accused to act out 'pranks' for a 'film', according to a witness.
US State Dept determines that N Korea used 'chemical weapons against its own nationals.'
The accused committed the pranks ahead of 'attack' on the estranged older brother of N Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
With trade all but dried up, Putrajaya may reduce size of N Korean mission to four, sources claim.
Man called ‘James’ said to have paid Siti Aisyah for three pranks in a Bukit Bintang mall.
But the lead police investigator is unable to confirm numerous details in court.
MAHB officer says company has nothing to do with footage shown by Japanese broadcaster.
According to Chem Dept, Jong-nam had 12 glass vials with antidotes on the day of his murder.
Low cholinesterase levels can result in death, medical officer tells court in Jong-nam murder trial.
It was a sign of poisoning, HKL forensic consultant testifies.
Witness says he recognised Doan Thi Huong as the same woman who attacked Kim Jong-un's brother.
Officer scared he might suffer from VX effects after asked to open bag containing the suspect's clothing.
UPDATED 7PM | The accused, charged with killing N Korea's leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother, was lying on a bed in the hotel room.
Medical officer says Jong-nam's pupils were 'fixed and constricted,' consistent with organophosphate poisoning.
'The four of them then left the country on Feb 13, the day that Kim Chol was attacked at KLIA2.'
The two women were accompanied by court officials, over 100 police officers, and journalists.
Unnamed suspects only identified as ‘Mr Chang’, ‘Mr Y’, ‘James’, and ‘Hanamori’.
The room capable of fitting in 40 media personnel gets a live feed of the court proceedings.
Two exhibits could only be opened in Chemistry Department lab over fears of active nerve agent.
Pathologist says Kim had abnormally low level of the cholinesterase enzyme, indicating possible nerve agent exposure.
UPDATED 2.34PM | They stand to face the death penalty if convicted of the murder of N Korea leader's half-brother.