Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters
Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters
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Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters
Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who returned to Canada on Saturday after being imprisoned in a North Korean labour camp since 2015, holds his granddaughter in front of his wife Geum Young Lim (right), outside the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, on Sunday. Photo: Reuters
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