American Journalists On Trial In North Korea Laura Ling and Euna Lee are accused of entering North Korea illegally and engaging in "hostile acts." A conviction could send them to a labor camp for 10 years. The trial is taking place during mounting tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear test last week.
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American Journalists On Trial In North Korea

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American Journalists On Trial In North Korea

American Journalists On Trial In North Korea

American Journalists On Trial In North Korea

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Laura Ling and Euna Lee are accused of entering North Korea illegally and engaging in "hostile acts." A conviction could send them to a labor camp for 10 years. The trial is taking place during mounting tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear test last week.

Doualy Xaykaothao contributed to this report.

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