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Hospital says Otto Warmbier has “severe” neurological injury

By Reuters
16 June 2017   |   4:16 am
Otto Warmbier, whose father says was "brutalised and terrorised" while detained for 17 months in North Korea and had fallen into a coma during that time, has a "severe" neurological injury, a hospital official said on Thursday.

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