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Australian student released by N. Korea denies being a spy

Seattle Times Tuesday, 9 July 2019 ()
TOKYO (AP) — An Australian student who was held in North Korea for a week and then deported denied being a spy on Tuesday and expressed sorrow that he won’t be able to return to finish his graduate studies at Kim Il Sung University. North Korea said on Saturday that it detained Alek Sigley because […]
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News video: Freed Australian denies North Korean spy charges

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Australian student Alek Sigley, who was released from North Korea last week, says that Pyongyang&apos;s allegation that he was spying was &apos;pretty obviously false&apos;, but also said he would not be returning to the country at least for the short-term. Jayson Albano reports.

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