The road to recovery has begun for American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee. The Takeaway speaks to Yael Danieli, a clinical psychologist and trauma specialist, and Anthony Feinstein, University of Toronto psychiatry professor.
Bill Clinton's successful negotiation for the release of two American journalists brought the former president back into the spotlight. Peter Baker, White House correspondent for The New York Times, joins The Takeaway to talk about Clinton's new role.
Correspondent Jason Strother says South Koreans are welcoming Pyongyang's release of journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee. Some human rights activists are concerned that their work may have jeopardized the safety of North Korean refugees.
Former President Clinton's plane landed in Los Angeles with American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee, who had been held captive in North Korea. Rose Razeghi of ABC News was on the tarmac when the plane arrived and joins The Takeaway with the story.
What does Bill Clinton's trip to Pyongyang say about the future of U.S.- North Korean relations? The Takeaway's guest, Charles Armstrong, is Director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University.
Bill Clinton arrived in North Korea to negotiate for the release of two imprisoned American journalists. Sang-hun Choe of the New York Times and Jim Walsh, a professor at the MIT Security Studies Program, join The Takeaway with their thoughts.
North Korea has sentenced two American reporters to 12 years in a labor camp. The sentencing comes amid new reports that North Korea may be planning more missile tests. For more we turn to David Sanger of The New York Times.
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