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Calif. on Aug 5 2009 The two American journalists had been arrested that March after allegedly crossing into North Korea from China Jae C Hong—AP Guesswork and Consternation If Warmbier is being treated like any other of the 120000 prisoners in North Korea’s gulags he will be suffering horribly: Malnutrition is endemic in prison camps and prisoners are literally worked to death"usually for 12 hours a day or more while being berated harassed and physically beaten by guards" Robertson of Human Rights Watch says The camps are up in the mountains where in winter the temperature drops well below freezing The obvious hope is that Pyongyang sees Warmbier as an asset worth keeping aliveif not in comfort then at least not at the point of starvation and death But nobody knows "No ones reached out to us" Fred Warmbier said in his Fox News interview "Look: we let our son go there But I would have hoped that at this point someone would have reached out and given us some reassurances That doesnt happen in our world" The last official foreign interaction with Warmbier took place on March 2 2016 two months he was arrested and two weeks before he was sentenced when he met with diplomatic representatives from Sweden Only 24 countries have embassies in Pyongyangcompare this to 110 in Seouland since 1995 the Swedes have served as Washington’s representatives there offering limited consular services to Americans in the country The Swedish ambassador Torkel Stiernlf lives with his wife and nine-year-old daughter in a compound that used to house the East German embassy; water and electricity cuts are common but Stiernlf notes that the compound has a nice garden "For several years there have almost always been one or two Americans in North Korean custody for a shorter or longer period" Stiernlf tells TIME "These cases are time consuming [but are] a priority for this embassy They tend to never leave your mind simply because of the obvious human aspect" Stiernlf refused to elaborate on the meetings with Warmbier though acting US State Department spokesperson Mark Toner says that Washington is "in regular close coordination with the Swedes" However nobody has been more publicly involved in working to free Warmbier than Bill Richardson the affable former New Mexico governor and congressman who served as Secretary of Energy and US Ambassador to the United Nations under President Bill Clinton Since exiting public life he has helmed the nonprofit Richardson Center for Global Engagement which acts as an intermediary between the US and nations with which its relations are strained especially when it comes to negotiating the release of prisoners and hostages Richardson has traveled to North Korea eight times; he has connections with high-ranking North Korean diplomats He first became involved in Warmbiers case not long after the arrest when he got a call from Ohio Governor John Kasich In September 2016 amid diplomatic tensions over North Koreas nuclear bomb test that month his center sent a delegation to the country to meet with North Korean officials "The reason this has taken longer is that Kim Jong Un is very unpredictable" Richardson says of efforts to secure Warmbiers release "In the past under Kim Jong Il these types of political prisoners were used as bargaining chips One was able to make deals with the [North Korean] leadershipbasically for the release of Americans youd get humanitarian aid or a high-level visit" But unlike his father Kim has little interest in bargaining Compounding this is a new president across the Pacific about whom many say the same "The recent tension is very seriousthe worst Ive seen in the Korean Peninsula mostly because of Kim Jong Uns militaristic behavior and President Trumps similarly unpredictable policies" Richardson says He adds that there could be a deal for Warmbier "Eventually" Richardson and other experts say that it is too early to discern precisely what the Trump administrations approach will be when it comes to handling North Korea though many believe fears of a preemptive military strike are exaggerated "He thrives on uncertainty so Id be foolish to give any statement that definitively states what he might do" Snyder says But so far "its the Trump playbook: suggest a willingness to take dramatic action but with no details about what the action means Most of what it says leaves him with the option to pursue diplomacy if he wants" Ultimately though it is guesswork and consternation that shroud Warmbiers case because it is guesswork and consternation that shroud the future of US relations with North Korea "As long as North Korea refuses to accept even the theoretical possibility of negotiations about its nuclear weapons program it’s hard to see how bilateral or multilateral negotiations might resume" Revere the former diplomat says And if there are no negotiations there are no bargaining chips If only Otto Warmbier could be a pawn; for now he isn’t even that Contact us at editors@timecomThe update reads:“Our Investigations Division including all detectives from personal property street crimes and narcoticsare dedicated to bringing Savanna home We’ve also been working with local state and federal partners We have spoken to her family her boyfriend neighbors employer and anyone the family has mentioned as a friend“We have attempted to trace/ping her cell phone with negative results We have conducted two K9 searches of the area with negative results The Fargo Fire Department has conducted a river search and an aerial search with the assistance of the US Border Patrol Both of those searches were negative We have also conducted three searches of the apartment where Savanna was allegedly last known to be Those searchers were negative as well At this time we are continuing to follow up all leads” the post saidAnyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Fargo police at (701) 235-4493 text a tip to (701) 730-8888 or call the tip line at (701) 241-5777Please RT Progress on the Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind Missing Person Case #FindSavanna pictwittercom/9wl7C8YxEP— Fargo Police (@FargoPolice) August 24 2017The Federal Government the Nigeria Communications Commission NCC and the four major telecommunication companies in Nigeria have been dragged before a Federal High Court in Gombe over alleged gross infringement of human rights This follows the shut down of network services in the three States that are currently under Emergency rule imposed by President Goodluck Jonathan on May 14 They are Adamawa Borno and Yobe states all in North east zone of the country The suit filed by one Mr Attahiru Ibrahim and Comrade Shehu Sani through their counsel Mr Luka Haruna submitted that the emergency rule in affected states has deprived citizens of those areas their freedom to movement and communication He argued that the rules supporting such application states that it must be treated expeditiously as the infringement of rights being complained will continue if time is not considered None of the respondents was however represented during hearing on the matter Reacting to their absence Mr Haruna said he ensured that the respondents were served with the motion of notice on time He stressed that proper service of notice were made to the first second and third respondents on the 6th of June 2013 in Abuja while the fourth fifth and sixth respondents were served with the notice on the 7th of June 2013 in Lagos He noted that the motion was endorsed by the court which fixed Monday the 10th of June for the hearing The Presiding Judge Justice Babatunde Quadir who suspended the service of the motion filed by the applicants due to the non appearance of respondents asked the counsel to the applicants to present another motion of notice to the respondents The date intended by the court for the next hearing has not been announced and preemptively.

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