Australian student held a week, released by NKorea

An Australian student released after a week in detention in North Korea arrived Thursday in Tokyo, after saying to reporters “very good” before leaving Beijing but without saying what happened. (July 4)

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Australian student detained in North Korea arrives in Tokyo | AFP

Alek Sigley, a 29-year-old Australian student detained in North Korea arrives in Tokyo, hours after surfacing in Beijing where he said he felt “great” after being released. IMAGES

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Australian student released by N.Korea flies to Japan from China | AFP

A 29-year-old Australian student detained in North Korea for a week surfaces in Beijing. He is expected to travel to Japan, where his wife still lives. IMAGES

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Aussie football in spotlight but indigenous recognition lags | AFP

Australia’s “golden generation” of women footballers begin their World Cup campaign in France on Sunday, but football lags other Australian sports when it comes to indigenous recognition, with pathways in remote areas slow to emerge.

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World’s ‘most powerful woman’ breaks her own record hauling a 12 TON TRUCK in Iran

The world’s ‘most powerful woman’ according to the Guinness World Records, 43-year-old Iranian Giti Mousavi demonstrated her impressive strength by pulling a truck weighing 12,380 kg (27,293 pounds) for 30 meters.

Earlier in April, Mousavi broke the Guinness World Record by pulling a truck weighing 12,270 kg (27,050 pounds), beating the previous Guinness holder, an Australian woman who set the record back in 2011 by pulling a trailer of 11,350 kg (25,022 pounds).

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