Defectors describe horror, heartbreak in North Korea’s labor camps

May 29th, 2012
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Amnesty says North Korean authorities have detained hundreds of officials since Kim Jong Un came to power. STORY HIGHLIGHTS
S. Korea’s National Human Rights Commission documenting abuses in N. Korean labor camps
The report is based on the testimony of 278 defectors, who described torture, starvation, deaths
Pyongyang refuses to acknowledge their existence, despite Amnesty

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