KUALA LUMPUR - The Indonesian suspect in the murder of Kim Jong Nam said she thought the substance used on him was baby oil, and maintained that she was duped into committing the act and was paid RM400 (S$126) for it .
Tucked away in one corner of Tsukiji Market is a non-profit library with a treasure trove of reference materials that bear testimony to the celebrated site, which turns 82 this year amid a sea of confusion.
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