No improvement in N. Korea human rights: Human Rights Watch

NGO spokesman attacks idea that Kim Jong Un is a moderate as "fiction"
January 21st, 2014

Human rights in North Korea have seen “no improvement”  under Kim Jong Un, the Washington, D.C.-based Human Rights Watch said in a report published on Tuesday.

In the annual World Report 2014 the human rights NGO said that over the past year Kim Jong Un had consolidated his “rights-abusing rule,” citing state crackdowns on attempted

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Oliver Hotham is an NK News contributor based in London. He has previously worked at the Sunday Times and

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