Human Rights Abuses “Don’t Exist” In North Korea, KCNA Says

Pyongyang condemns South Korea for involvement in UN commission of inquiry into human rights
March 25th, 2013
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WASHINGTON DC – State media outlet KCNA claimed yesterday that “there does not exist human rights abuses and they can not exist” in North Korea.  Angry over a UN inquiry announced last week to investigate North Korean human rights abuses, the claim was made in an editorial attacking South Korea for its involvement in the

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