Robert Reid

US Travel Editor, Lonely Planet

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Is still not clear what Laura Ling and Euna Lee did at the Chinese border with North Korea.

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Is still not clear what Laura Ling and Euna Lee did at the Chinese border with North Korea.

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Laura Ling and Euna Lee have been  freed from North Korea , but three other Americans are still being detained for crossing from remote Kurdistan into Iran.

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Laura Ling and Euna Lee have been freed from North Korea , but three other Americans are still being detained for crossing from remote Kurdistan into Iran.

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