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An Australian student living in North Korea has gone missing, having likely been taken into government custody, according to the BBC.
Australia’s government said Thursday that it is “urgently seeking clarification” regarding Alek Sigley, 29, after his friends and family reported a loss of contact with him, according to the BBC.
Situation - Contact - Friends - Family - Tuesday
“The situation is that he has not been in digital contact with friends and family since Tuesday morning which is unusual for him,” Sigley’s family said, The Washington Post reported.
North Korean state media is has remained silent on the situation, according to Time.
Fact - Confirmation - Student - Freedom - Captivity
Despite the fact that there has been no confirmation regarding the lost student’s freedom or captivity specifically, “The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is...
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