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Pyongyang Sentences South Koreans for Alleged Spying

North Korea has given sentences of life in prison with hard labor to two South Korean men it accused of spying for Seoul. The North's state broadcaster on Tuesday said Kim Kuk Gi and Choe Chun Gil were found guilty of state subversion at a trial in Pyongyang. Choe, who like Kim was arrested late last year, bowed deeply and appeared to cry as the judge read the sentence, according to state TV footage. "This sentence is final and cannot be appealed," said the judge,...

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