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North Korea claims deported Australian student conducted ‘spying acts’

North Korea accused an Australian student of engaging in “spying acts” that led to his expulsion after nine days in detention, the country’s state media said Saturday.

The claim carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency was the first comment by North Korea on the student, Alek Sigley, who had been pursuing a master’s degree at Kim Il Sung University in Pyongyang since 2018.

The statement appears to send a warning to the small cadre of foreigners in North Korea to stay away from independent social media posts and from having links to websites covering affairs in the North.

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