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‘I ate 2,757 meals in isolation’: Mississauga pastor’s address to his church after North Korean detention

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‘I ate 2,757 meals in isolation’: Mississauga pastor’s address to his church after North Korean detention“I was sentenced to death by North Korea but the sentence was commuted to life of hard labour. That too, was God’s grace,” pastor Hyeon Soo Lim said in a Korean address to his Mississauga church Sunday.
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