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'I'm good', says freed Australian student

SBS Thursday, 4 July 2019 ()
Australian student Alek Sigley has been found safe after being detained in North Korea, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
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An Australian student who was detained in North Korea has been released and safely left the country, traveling to China where he told reporters on Thursday he was well. Grace Lee reports.

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