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Australian student Alek Sigley released from North Korea

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 3 July 2019 ()
Australian student Alek Sigley released from North KoreaThe Australian student who went missing in North Korea has left the country and is now "safe and sound" in China, according to media reports.Alek Sigley, 29, was reportedly arrested at a university in North Korea just over a week...
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News video: Morrison confirms return of student missing in N. Korea

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australian student Alek Sigley, who had gone missing in North Korea, is now safe. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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