Amnesty Details Human Rights Abuses in N.Korea

May 25th, 2012
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Up to 200,000 prisoners are being held ‘in horrific conditions’ in six concentration camps in North Korea, Amnesty International said at a press conference in Seoul Thursday to publicize its annual report. The report said men, women and children are tortured, ill-treated, and forced to work in dangerous conditions in the camps. ‘The combination of

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