Australian student Alek Sigley (centre) smiles upon arriving at Haneda International airport in Tokyo on Thursday. Agence France-Presse
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is praying for the safe return of a student missing in North Korea for the past week, he said on Tuesday, as authorities struggle to learn the man’s whereabouts.
An Australian student who went missing in North Korea has been released from detention and has safely left the country, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday.
The wife of an Australian man who has gone missing and is feared detained in North Korea said she had no hint that anything was wrong before his disappearance.
The Dubai Police sent text messages to residents warning them about bad weather conditions.
This year, "up to March 15, a total of 531 people were killed, 300 injured and 277 kidnapped in gang-related incidents that took place mainly in the capital Port-au-Prince," UN Human Rights Office spokeswoman Marta Hurtado told reporters.
“To all those celebrating Nowruz, both in the UAE and around the world, I extend my best wishes to you and your families and hope that the year ahead brings you continued peace and prosperity.”