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  • Today in the News: North Korea crimes 'don't have any parallel'

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    "The suffering and tears of the people of North Korea demand action." - United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights Chairman Michael Kirby, talking today after detailing the crimes of North Korea. The country's brutality "does not have any parallel in the contemporary world," according to the UN commission. North Korea uses murder, starvation, torture, sexual crimes and more to uphold the power structure.
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