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American Tourist Arrested in North Korea for 'Hostile Activities' After Leaving Bible at Hotel

June 9, 2014

A U.S. tourist who reportedly left a Bible in a hotel was detained in North Korea Friday for "hostile activities." The tourist, Jeffrey Edward Fowle, now joins two other Americans, 24-year-old Matthew Todd Miller and Christian missionary Kenneth Bae, who are being held under North Korea's reclusive regime.



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