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In the summer of 2009, Laura Ling and fellow Current TV journalist Euna Lee were taken into custody while covering a story on human trafficking at the border of China and North Korea . Lisa Ling explains their sentence and responds to critics who say they
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Laura Ling talks about her stomach ulcer. How it delayed her entrace into the labor camps and her experience with North Korean medical procedures.
Laura Ling reveals the unconventional bond she experienced with prison guards in North Korea .
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Their capture sparked an international firestorm. Now, after 140 days in a North Korean prison, reporter Laura Ling breaks her silence.