Alek Sigley, the Australian student who was detained in North Korea, was deported for spreading anti-government sentiment, the country’s state media has said. The North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) has now stated that Sigley was deported for spying.
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Joe Biden in a new campaign speech Saturday will say he’s “changed” since his days serving as a senator in the 1970s, leaning into his relationship with former President Barack Obama to help defend his record in public service after facing criticism on his past political positions, including issues
The parents of Otto Warmbier filed a claim for a North Korean cargo ship that was seized by the US in May, noting the asset could be used to pay off part of the family’s $500 million judgment against the country.
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Europe’s aviation regulator has outlined five major requirements it wants Boeing Co. to address before it will allow the planemaker’s 737 Max to return to service, according to a person familiar with the matter.