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Australian student 'very happy' in Tokyo after North Korea detention

Reuters Friday, 5 July 2019
An Australian student released after being mysteriously detained in North Korea said he was safe and well in Tokyo on Friday and intends returning to normal life, without commenting on what happened to him in Pyongyang.
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South Korea&apos;s Yonhap News Agency reports the trip is assumed to be tied to missing Australian student Alex Sigley, who has not been heard from for several in North Korea. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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