American Jeffrey Fowle Released from North Korea Imprisonment
After being arrested in North Korea in May for leaving a bible at a club for foreign sailors, Jeffrey Fowle was finally released and has been picked up by an American government plane. U.S. officials are still seeking the release of the remaining imprisoned Americans in North Korea, Matthew Miller and Kenneth Bae, but gave thanks to the Swedish embassy in Pyongyang, which has acted as representation for the U.S. since there is no American embassy in the country.
By Jordan Moses
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