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Australian student released from detention in North Korea

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Australian student released from detention in North Korea

Australian student released from detention in North Korea

*No access Australia* Australia's prime minister says an Australian student has been released from detention in North Korea.

PM Scott Morrison told the Australian parliament on Thursday that Alek Sigley had left North Korea and was "safe and well" in a third country.

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