Kill-this can be used to talk about the cause of death of a person or any other living thing. This can be intentional or unintentional.

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He killed the spider in the bathroom.The woman was killed in a hit and run accident.The lion hunted and killed the zebra. Murder-this is used to talk the intentional cause of death of another human being.
The police think she murdered her husband.He said he will murder me if I don’t give him the money.They were murdered by they’re neighbour, he shot them all. Assassinate-this is the murder of an important or prominent person like a president or a political activist for religious or political reasons.There are plans to assassinate the president.John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Texas, he was shot twice.The assassination of Malcolm X occurred in 1965, he was shot 16 times.
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