North Korea moves 3 detained Americans to hotel, reports say; Trump says ‘Stay tuned!’

Three Americans who have been detained within North Korea reportedly have been moved ahead of the upcoming planned summit among President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Trump on Wednesday night tweeted that “the past Administration is certainly asking for three hostages to be launched from a North Korean Labor get away, but to no avail. Stay tuned for more! ”

Korean-Americans Kim Hak Song, Kim Jingle Chul and Tony Kim had been moved in early April from a work camp to a hotel near Pyongyang, South Korea’s  Yonhap News  Agency   reported, citing an activist. The particular move reportedly came following path from top authorities.


Tony Betty, also known as Kim Sang Duk, fifty nine,   was a teacher at Pyongyang University of Science and Technologies when detained by North Korean authorities at Pyongyang International Airport upon April 22, 2017.

A month later, this individual was allegedly accused of “committing criminal acts of hostility targeted to overturn [North Korea.]inch

Kim Hak Music, 55, also worked at Pyongyang University of Science and Technologies before his detention on Might 6, 2017.   He has been detained on suspicion of doing “ hostile acts” against the country’ s government.

Kim Dong Chul, sixty four,   was arrested in Oct 2015 and has been serving the 10-year term with hard labour for alleged espionage.

It’ s already been reported that Chul was a pastor, and in his public “confession, inch Kim said he was a secret agent for the South Korea intelligence assistance and was trying to spread Christianity among North Koreans.

Secretary of Condition Mike Pompeo and North Korean leader Kim reportedly discussed the particular Americans recently when Pompeo stopped at the North in his role since CIA director.

Trump and Kim are required to meet by the end of May or even early June. Trump earlier recently said he may favor meeting within the Demilitarized Zone, but said conference in Singapore was also being regarded as.

Fox News’ Caleb Parke as well as the Associated Press contributed to this survey.

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