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Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim arrives at his church in Mississauga, Ont., a day after returning to Canada. He was detained in North Korea for greater than two years.
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  1. Big bad North Korea eh. They have like 4 nukes and the states have 60,000 and test when ever they feel like it.

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