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Otto Warmbier

25 Dec 2018
A US federal judge has ordered North Korea to pay half a billion dollars to the parents of Otto Warmbier from Ohio. The American student died from severe brain damage after spending 17 months in custody in Pyongyang.
20 Jun 2017
Otto Warmbier, the American student who was imprisoned in North Korea before being returned home in a coma, died Monday in a Cincinnati hospital.
16 Jun 2017
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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