Student Deported From North Korea Says He’s ‘Pretty Obviously’ Not a Spy
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 (
1 week ago)
Alek Sigley, 29, an Australian who sometimes wrote about his life in Pyongyang, was accused of “systematically collecting information” for news media outlets.
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North Korea said on Saturday it has expelled an Australian student after 10 days' detention. According to Reuters, North Korea accused 29-year-old Alek Sigley of “spying acts” through his work with foreign media. Sigley was an active social media user and also a regular contributor to... North Korea Frees Australian Student Accused Of Espionage 00:36
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