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Two American journalists, detained in North Korea since March, were reunited with their families today after arriving in California on a private plane.
Laura Ling and Euna Lee were sentenced to 12 years in labor prisons in North Korea in June, after covering defectors living along the China-North Korea border.
The country's state-run media announced Tuesday the two journalists had been pardoned, after Former President Bill Clinton traveled to the country seeking their release.
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