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The mysterious death of Otto Warmbier

A year after American college student Otto Warmbier died in his mother's arms following his return from North Korea in a coma, mystery continues to …

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His Name Was Otto, and He Just Wanted a Little Adventure

In <i>GQ</i>, Doug Bock Clark digs deep into the story of Otto Warmbier, the 21-year-old American college student who was arrested in North Korea for …

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Questions Surface About Otto Wambier's Death

A new report is raising questions about the death of an American college student just days after his release from North Korea. An article in GQ …

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What we're reading: What happened to Otto Warmbier in North Korea

The death of Otto Warmbier last year amid allegations he was brutally tortured by the North Korean government became a catalyst for President Trump's …

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GQ chronicles the unbelievable true story of Otto Warmbier’s return — the details are shocking

Otto Warmbier was a bright-eyed twenty-two year old from Cincinnati, Ohio, studying at the University of Virginia on a scholarship to become a banker when his life took a turn for the unthinkable.<p>What was supposed to be an illuminating cultural trip for Warmbier turned into an unspeakable nightmare …

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Otto Warmbier probably wasn't tortured while in North Korea, GQ magazine reports

CINCINNATI – A new report on the last days of college student Otto Warmbier's life says Warmbier most likely was not tortured during his 15 months in North Korean captivity. The report says Warmbier may have suffered the brain damage that ultimately killed him immediately after his trial.<p>The report …

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LEAKED: Trump Sent Plane To Bring Home Otto Warmbier Without Asking North Korea's Permission

When President Donald Trump learned of American college student and North Korean prisoner Otto Warmbier's dire medical condition, he immediately sent …

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Returned from North Korea ‘inhuman’: What really happened to Otto Warmbier?

Note: This post discusses torture, and may be distressing for some readers. It might have been the words, “The trip your parents don’t want you to …

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Otto Warmbier, North Korean Hostage~Doug Bock Clark's Brilliant GQ article~~Political Prisoners Worldwide Need Our Help!

- Advertisement -<p>Otto Warmbier's Parents Receive Standing Ovation At State Of The Union | NBC News President Donald Trump recognized Fred and Cindy …

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New details emerge on race to save Otto Warmbier

New details are being reported about the secret efforts to secure the release of American college student Otto Warmbier, who suffered brain damage and died after being held captive in North Korea for 15 months after an ill-fated trip to the country in 2015.<p>According to a lengthy article published …

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Otto Warmbier Likely Died of Suicide Attempt, Not North Korean Torture

"Both sides of Otto's brain had suffered simultaneously, meaning it had been starved of oxygen."<p>In a new article in <i>GQ,</i> investigative journalist Doug …

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The Untold Story of Otto Warmbier, American Hostage

President Trump hailed him as a catalyst of the summit with Kim Jong-Un. But what happened to Warmbier—the American college student who was sent home …

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The Lasting and Important Legacy of Otto Warmbier

Otto Warmbier’s short life had a sad ending that millions of people around the globe became familiar with and despaired over, but his death — and his …

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Trump Calls Female Reporter 'So Obnoxious,' Tells Her To Be Quiet

CBS' Weijia Jiang asked the president to explain why he thinks North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat.<p>Are you looking for more substance to President Donald Trump’s vague claim that North Korea “is no longer a nuclear threat”?<p>So was CBS News correspondent Weijia Jiang as she jostled with …

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‘They’re looking forward to their day in court’: After summit, Otto Warmbier’s parents press on with lawsuit against North Korea

Last June, a plane touched down at a tiny airport in Cincinnati, and Fred and Cindy Warmbier boarded before medical personnel carried their son Otto — 22 years old, an athletic, intellectual, charismatic University of Virginia student — off the plane and onto a stretcher. He was in a coma. The …

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President Trump Says the North Korea Summit Wouldn't Have Happened Without Otto Warmbier

President Donald Trump said his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would not have happened without Otto Warmbier, the American …

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Otto Warmbier’s Parents Respond to U.S.-North Korea Summit

Family hopes death following captivity by Pyongyang leads to ’something positive’<p>The parents of Otto Warmbier, the American college student who died nearly a year ago following his imprisonment in North Korea, said they hoped his death would lead to “something positive,” as the U.S. pursues …

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Otto Warmbier’s Parents ‘Appreciate President Trump’s’ Comments

8:27 PM 06/12/2018<p>Otto Warmbier’s parents released a statement Tuesday thanking President Donald Trump for his support and addressing the U.S. and …

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Trump Pays Tribute to Otto Warmbier

He 'did not die in vain,' Trump said.

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Trump swears he 'feels so badly about Otto Warmbier' and without his death summit would not have happened

During his Tuesday interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, President Donald Trump admitted he felt bad that American hostage Otto Warmbier was …

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Otto Warmbier’s parents issue statement about Trump-Kim summit

Earlier today Trump made comments about how Otto Warmbier’s death helped lead the US and N. Korea to this point: DC EXAMINER – During a solo press …

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Otto Warmbier’s parents hope historic summit leads to ‘something positive’

The parents of Otto Warmbier thanked President Trump for his kind words about their son Tuesday — adding that “hopefully” something comes from the …

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Otto Warmbier's Parents Hope His Death Leads to 'Something Positive'

The parents of Otto Warmbier, the American college student who died nearly a year ago following his imprisonment in North Korea, said they hoped his death would lead to “something positive,” as the U.S. pursues diplomacy aimed at nuclear disarmament in the secretive country.<p>Mr. Trump, speaking …

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Trump cites Otto Warmbier’s death as crucial to North Korea summit, ‘did not die in vain’

President Donald Trump, in a news conference following his historic meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, said the death of Otto Warmbier was …

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Trump Credits Otto Warmbier for North Korea Summit

President Donald Trump said his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday "would not have happened" without Otto Warmbier, an …

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Otto Warmbier's parents hope something 'positive' will come from Trump's North Korea summit

The parents of Otto Warmbier, a young American student who died after being held captive in North Korea for more than a year, are hopeful President …

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Otto Warmbier’s Parents Hope For ‘Something Positive’ From Trump-Kim Summit

Otto Warmbier’s parents said they hope “something positive” will come out of President Trump’s summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.<p>Fred and …

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Trump-Kim summit predicated on death of American Otto Warmbier, president says

President Trump said Tuesday after his historic summit with North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un that the meeting between the two leaders may not have happened if not for the death of Otto Warmbier.<p>Warmbier, 22, was a student at the University of Virginia when he was arrested in North Korea in January …

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Trump on Otto Warmbier: 'Otto did not die in vain'

CINCINNATI — The death a year ago of Ohio's Otto Warmbier was the impetus for the extraordinary nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un, President Trump said Tuesday.<p>After the summit in Singapore, Trump defended his repeated praise of Kim despite his distressing record on human rights. But Trump said …

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