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Alek Sigley: Australian released by North Korea thanks supporters

BBC News Friday, 5 July 2019
In his first detailed statement, Alek Sigley thanks others but gives little insight into his detention.
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News video: Don't return to North Korea, Australia warns student

Don't return to North Korea, Australia warns student 00:51

After assuring the safe return to Tokyo of Alek Sigley, an Australian student studying in North Korea and who had been unreachable for days in Pyongyang, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton warns him not to go back. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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