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North Korea: US tourist to go on trial after leaving Bible in hotel room

June 30, 2014

56-year-old Jeffrey Fowle was detained after apparently leaving a Bible in his hotel room while on a tour of the country, while Matthew Miller, 24, supposedly tore up his tourist visa at the airport upon arriving in North Korea, shouting that he had come "to the DPRK after choosing it as a shelter."



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