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Australian student Alek Sigley was spying, spreading propaganda: North Korea

The Age Saturday, 6 July 2019 ()
An Australian student who was released by North Korea after being detained for a week had spread anti-Pyongyang propaganda and engaged in espionage by providing photos and other materials to news outlets with critical views toward the North, North Korea has alleged.
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