Death of Otto Warmbier, former N. Korean detainee, draws international reaction

Otto Warmbier, 22, of Wyoming, Ohio,  died Monday afternoon from injuries suffered during detainment in North Korea. 

>>ORIGINAL REPORT: Warmbier dies from injuries suffered in N. Korea

>>MORE: Judiciary committee member reacts angrily to Warmbier’s treatment

His death has garnered national attention and multiple condolences from politicians:

President Donald J. Trump offered the following statement regarding Warmbier’s death: "Bad things' happened in `brutal' North Korea but at least American died at home with parents.”

Young Pioneer Tours officials have announced the company will no longer be facilitating tours for U.S. nationals to North Korea:

Congressman Mike Turner released the following statement: 

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