North Korea Frees Australian Student Accused Of Espionage

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Published 2 weeks ago - Duration: 00:36s

North Korea Frees Australian Student Accused Of Espionage

North Korea said on Saturday it has expelled an Australian student after 10 days' detention.

According to Reuters, North Korea accused 29-year-old Alek Sigley of “spying acts” through his work with foreign media.

Sigley was an active social media user and also a regular contributor to international media organizations including NK News about his time in North Korea.

The North Korean Central News Agency said Sigley admitted his “spying acts” and repeatedly asked for a pardon.

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