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
0

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

You have reached your limit of 5 free articles this month. Subscribe today for unlimited access. Prices start from just $2.88 per week
Existing users, please sign in here:
Remember Me

Recommended for You

Kim Jong Un releases Fowle following requests from Obama - KCNA

Kim Jong Un releases Fowle following requests from Obama - KCNA

Kim Jong Un personally ordered the release of American citizen Jeffrey Fowle following repeated requests for amnesty from U.S. President Barack Obama, North Korean state media claimed on Wednesday. …

October 22nd, 2014
0
Security meeting prompts talk of Japan, SK summit

Security meeting prompts talk of Japan, SK summit

Security officials in South Korea and Japan met in Seoul Tuesday to discuss bilateral issues, including North Korea, which had some local media speculating about a summit between Seoul and Tokyo’s l…

October 22nd, 2014
0

About the Author

Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll founded NK News in 2010. He is based in Washington, D.C.

Join the discussion