South Korea: Further information on detained publishers
Kim Byong-hak, managing director of Ilbit Publishing Company, was released without charge on 18 March after questioning. The other two men, Lee Song-woo and Kim Yon-in, are still held under the National Security Law, accused of publishing and distributing material which benefits the enemy (North Korea). They are prisoners of conscience.
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