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Sunday, 3 October 2010

Libya: Two South Koreans, accused of Christian proselitism, released

Religión en Libertad (Translation T&P):
Libya released on Saturday two South Koreans who were arrested this summer for violating the religious law of the African country, South Korean FM said today.
The release comes two days after Lee Sang Deuk, Grand National Party MP and brother of South Korean President Lee Myung Bak, met with the head of state of Libya, Muammar Al Gaddafi.
The prisoners were handed over to their families in the presence of South Korean ambassador in Libya, explained the minister, as recorded by The Korean Times newspaper.
Koo and Jeon, as identified by their relatives, were arrested in June and July, respectively, accused of having carried out religious activities in the country. In August, both were taken to prison after being interrogated by the authorities.

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