>> Can the Trump Administration help free, three Americans detained in North Korea? The US Government is looking into reports that the North Korean three have been relocated from a labor camp to a hotel near Pyongyang that's according to a Reiter's source. President Trump tweeted late on Wednesday, the past Administration has long been asking for three hostages to be released from a North Korean Labor camp, but to no avail.
Stay tuned! Earlier on Wednesday, South Korean media cited an activist saying North Korea had moved the trio. But a State Department spokesperson said they couldn't confirm the reports. Trump Administration officials have been pushing for the detain is release as a goodwill gesture. Ahead-of-plan talks between the U.S. and North Korea slated to take place in the coming weeks.
King Haxon and Toni Kim were detained about a year ago as tensions of the North Korean missile and nuclear tests were reaching their peak. They were both working at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology opened in 2010 and founded by Evangelical Christians. North Korea accused them of committing quote, hostile acts against the country.
And a third Kim Dong Chul was sentenced to ten years hard labor for subversion. None of them have appeared in public since being sentenced.