Americans taste freedom after months of N.Korea detention

Kenneth Bae attends a press conference with his family on November 8, 2014 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State after being released from a North Korean jailJoint Base Lewis-McChord (United States) (AFP) – Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller marked their first full day of freedom Sunday, returning to the United States after being imprisoned in North Korea. The two men arrived home late Saturday following a secret mission by US intelligence chief James Clapper to secure their freedom at Pyongyang’s initiative. North Korea’s surprise release of the men followed Pyongyang’s equally unexpected decision last month to free 56-year-old US national Jeffrey Fowle.

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