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Freed Australian denies North Korean spy charges, says no plans to return

Reuters Tuesday, 9 July 2019
The Australian student released last week after being detained in North Korea said on Tuesday Pyongyang's accusation that he was a spy was "pretty obviously" false, but that his work in the country was probably over.
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Australian student Alek Sigley, who was released from North Korea last week, says that Pyongyang's allegation that he was spying was 'pretty obviously false', but also said he would not be returning to the country at least for the short-term. Jayson Albano reports.

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