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Pyongyang denies torturing USA student who died after release from North Korea

Pyongyang denies torturing USA student who died after release from North Korea

Warmbier was returned to the United States last week in a coma. "To make it clear, we are the biggest victim of this incident", he said, calling the accusations of abuse "groundless".

Warmbier was buried yesterday in OH, less than a week after he was sent back home in a mysterious coma.

A spokesman in Pyongyang was quoted by Reuters as saying Mr Warmbier's death was "a mystery". We are at peace and at home too, ' they said. He had spent 17 months in captivity after being arrested in early 2016 for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster from his Pyongyang hotel.

North Korea claimed that the Obama administration never made an official request for the release of Warmbier on humanitarian grounds.

Rodman landed in North Korea on Monday, June 12, the same day Warmbier was released in a coma.

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KCNA said Pyongyang dealt with Warmbier according to domestic law and global standards in spite serving a sentence of hard labour. Sadly, he passed away after suffering from what his doctors say were severe neurological injuries that he acquired while in North Korea.

The US authorities advise their citizens not to visit North Korea as tourists given the high risk.

The spokesman condemned the USA for advocating for sanctions and pressure against the North even as Pyongyang released him on humanitarian grounds.

North Korea reportedly told a US official that Warmbier contracted botulism and slipped intothe coma after taking a sleeping pill - they claimed to have released the student on "humanitarian grounds".

The situation has already clouded the foreign policy the US has toward North Korea.

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On Friday, North Korea denied torturing him in the state's first reaction since Warmbier's passing.

North Korean officials told USA envoys that Warmbier contracted botulism after his trial and lapsed into a coma after taking a sleeping pill.

Earlier this week, President Trump said China has tried to help the United States solve increasing tensions with North Korea, but "it has not worked out".

The spokesman also said that "groundless" speculation of torture and beatings could be refuted by American doctors who came to the North to examine Warmbier before his release and allegedly acknowledged that North Korean doctors had "brought him back alive" after his heart almost stopped.

The article suggested the US President was considering launching a strike against the North because he was facing a "tough situation" in the US.

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Inside the arts center, some of the personal items Warmbier took to North Korea were on display: a wallet, a University of Virginia notebook and the cream-colored linen blazer he wore there, CNN says.


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