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US Intel Chief Gains Release of 2 Imprisoned Americans in N. Korea

Two Americans who were imprisoned in North Korea are enjoying their second day of freedom back in the United States after being released Saturday following a trip to Pyongyang by James Clapper, the director of U.S. National Intelligence. The release of 46-year old Kenneth Bae and 24-year old Matthew Todd Miller came just weeks after a third American, Jeffrey Fowle, was suddenly freed from captivity. A Kenneth Bae, of Lynnwood, Washington, spoke briefly about his two-year ordeal on his...

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