Un étudiant australien libéré de Corée du Nord sans explications

©THE SIGLEY FAMILY HANDOUT/EPA/MAXPPP - epa07676281 An undated handout photo made available by the Sigley Family on 27 June 2019 shows Australian student Alek Sigley. The family of Australian student Alek Sigley, who is feared to be detained in North Korea after not been in digital contact with them since 25 June 2019, insist it's unusual for him not to contact them, but have no confirmation he's been detained by the secretive regime. Australian officials are seeking to confirm his situation, media reported. The 29-year-old Perth student and tour guide, who speaks Korean fluently, was living and studying in Pyongyang for over a year. EPA-EFE/THE SIGLEY FAMILY HANDOUT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES (MaxPPP TagID: maxnewsfrfour266997.jpg) [Photo via MaxPPP]

Un étudiant australien retenu en Corée du Nord pour des raisons qu’il ignore a été libéré.
Un étudiant australien, qui était retenu en Corée du Nord depuis une dizaine de jours pour des raisons inconnues, a pu quitter le pays jeudi grâce à la médiation de la Suède, informe Reuters.