Alek Sigley, 29, went missing last week, with his family saying they had not heard from the university student in Pyongyang since June 25. Photo: AP

Australian student Alek Sigley released by North Korea, is in Beijing and will head to Tokyo

  • Before his disappearance, Sigley had been studying Korean literature at Kim Il-sung University in Pyongyang
  • An Australian government source familiar with the details confirmed Sigley was in Beijing and would shortly travel to Tokyo. Sigley’s wife is Japanese.
Topic |   North Korea

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Alek Sigley, 29, went missing last week, with his family saying they had not heard from the university student in Pyongyang since June 25. Photo: AP
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