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U.S. considering intervention in Current TV reporters’ detention in North Korea

Euna Lee, 26, and Laura Ling, 32, journalists for Al Gore's Current TV have been caught in a power struggle between U.S. and North Korea. The U.S. government is considering sending an envoy after the two women were sentenced to 12 years' of hard labor.
June 11, 2009

Euna Lee, 26, and Laura Ling, 32, journalists for Al Gore’s Current TV have been caught in a power struggle between U.S. and North Korea. The U.S. government is considering sending an envoy after the two women were sentenced to 12 years’ of hard labor.

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