She told reporters: "Only God knows that we did not commit the murder".
"We expect the government's assistance so that Huong can soon be home".
"Let us all pray for her health and immediate freedom".
Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, who was a suspect in the murder case of North Korean leader's half brother Kim Jong Nam, leaves the Shah Alam High Court on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia March 14, 2019.
George however also said that to avoid speculation, "it would be good if the Attorney General could give his reasons for dropping the charges". Officials there did not respond promptly to requests from BenarNews to confirm the information as relayed by her defense team. With respect, the decision not to withdraw is perverse.
"[The] AG has not acted fairly".
Both women were facing murder charges over the death of Kim Jong-nam.
"I have no idea what is going on", a exhausted and pale-looking Huong, who was wrapped in a red headscarf and a coat, said through an interpreter. She left after about an hour.
"I have no idea what is going on", Huong said in the courtroom Thursday.
She'll have her day in court.
Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh urged his Malaysian counterpart Tuesday to "ensure fair judgement for Huong & to set her free", according to an image tweeted by his ministry.
Vietnamese ambassador to Malaysia, Le Quy Quynh, told AFP at the court: "I'm very disappointed that the court did not free Doan".
Vietnam's foreign ministry expressed "regret" at the outcome while a politician criticised it as "mind-boggling".
The trial has been adjourned until April 1, which will allow for him to lobby the Vietnamese government to appeal to the Malaysian government for Doan's release.
Siti and Huong have claimed they were innocent victims of an elaborate North Korean plot, saying they thought they were part of a reality TV prank. An Interpol red notice alert has been placed on the four men.
Pyongyang, said to have viewed Kim as a political threat, has officially denied any involvement in his murder and four North Korean suspects remain at large.
During his meeting with Mahathir, Moon appreciated Kuala Lumpur's support for the peace process on the Korean Peninsula.
Two other North Korean nationals, whom Malaysian police had identified as persons of interest in the investigation, were on the same commercial flight that carried Kim's body out of Malaysia.
The decision to move forward with Huong's case was slammed by both her lawyer and Vietnam's ambassador, who had hoped she would be given the same leniency as Aisyah. They also said that government lawyers failed to prove that the women had aimed to kill Kim.
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