(Huh. The same day that Obama addresses the western world from Egypt. Kimmy doesn't want the Messiah and the Muslims hogging all the limelight, I guess.)
The WSJ is reporting:
American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling, who were captured by North Korean soldiers along the border with China almost two months ago, will face trial in North Korea on June 4, the North's state media announced.
They will be the first Americans tried in North Korea, a country ruled by an authoritarian dictator and where the laws are vaguely written.
The one-sentence statement didn't say what charges the reporters face, but it said the trial will take place in Central Court, which is the country's top court.