Republican and Democratic U.S. senators on Wednesday said they agreed on a new package of sanctions on North Korea, and that the Senate Banking Committee would act on the legislation next week. Among other things, the “Otto Warmbier Banking Restrictions Involving North Korea Act of...
Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old University of Virginia student who flew home to Ohio while comatose and died in June after being detained in North Korea for 17 months, was reported to have died from lack of oxygen and blood to his brain,...Show More Summary
The death of Otto Warmbier is a mystery and it will probably stay that way unless somebody from North Korea comes forward with information, Hamilton County Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco says. At a press conference in Cincinnati Wednesday, the coroner said the American student's death was caused by complications from brain-damaging...
After calling the president a "dotard," the North has now taken to calling Donald Trump a crazy person.
Day after U.S. coroner says real cause of fatal brain damage may never be known, Kim regime lashes out again
Coroner's report lists a brain-damaging oxygen deprivation through "an unknown insult more than a year prior to death" as cause of death
US student held in Pyongyang died from a lack of oxygen to the brain caused by an unknown injury, coroner says.
New details have emerged surrounding the mysterious death of Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old college student from Ohio who was imprisoned and reportedly abused in North Korea.
Otto Warmbier, the American student who died days after being released from North Korea in a coma, displayed no obvious signs of torture despite assertions by his parents and President Donald Trump, an Ohio medical examiner said Wednesday. Show More Summary
The University of Virginia student returned from captivity in North Korea with severe brain damage. Medical examiners can't say how it happened.
President Donald Trump has begun rolling out his tax plan. President Trump will waive the Jones Act for Puerto Rico. Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has died at age 91. North Korea is once again denying that it tortured Otto Warmbier, the...Show More Summary
The college student, imprisoned for more than a year in North Korea, fell into a vegetative state after blood flow to his brain was cut off, according to a coroner’s report.
Something terrible clearly happened to Otto Warmbier while the American student was in North Korean custody—but an Ohio coroner found nothing to back up accounts that he was severely tortured. In a coroner's report seen by the Cincinnati Enquirer, Hamilton County medical officials say the 22-year-old's teeth are "natural...
Cindy and Fred Warmbier called on U.S. officials to add North Korea to the list of state sponsors of terror.
The parents of Otto Warmbier ? the 22-year-old college student who spent more than a year imprisoned in North Korea and died days after returning home with a severe brain injury ? say the world must recognize the rogue nation as a state sponsor of terror.
Their son was tortured at the hands of the North Koreans. The post WATCH: Otto Warmbier’s Parents Reveal Horrifying Details of Their Son’s Torture at the Hands of North Korea appeared first on RedState.
If anyone is feeling sympathetic toward North Korea as its war of words with the US ramps up, Otto Warmbier's family has a message: "North Korea is not a victim. They're terrorists." In their first lengthy comments since Warmbier's death days after the 22-year-old University of Virginia student was released...
The parents of Otto Warmbier have opened up about the bittersweet moment when the family was reunited with their 22-year-old son after he was returned home from a North Korean prison only to experience the physical and mental toll the … More » The post Otto Warmbier’s Parents Open Up About Disturbing Reunion appeared first on EveryJoe.
The college student was imprisoned by the North Korean government for 17 months, returning to the United States on June 13, 2017, in a coma.