A Turning Point in the N. Korea Human Rights Issue

Calls are growing for an independent review of human rights in North Korea
February 4th, 2013
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By Kim Young-ho

With a global consensus slowly emerging, calls are growing for an independent inquiry mechanism to carry out an in-depth investigation into egregious human rights violations committed by North Korea. In his confirmation hearing last week, U.S. Sen. John Kerry emphasized the need for “speaking out for the prisoners of gulags in North

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