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North Korea has committed crimes against humanity: UN report

17
Feb
2014

The United Nations today announced that North Korea has committed crimes against humanity, calling for the reclusive state to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC). Pyongyang says it categorically and totally rejects the UNs findings, while China has signaled that it will move to block initiatives to bring the country before the ICC. The 372-page report covers a broad range of crimes, including extermination, forced abortions, rape, and widespread abductions in South Korea and Japan. The UNs findings are based on satellite imagery and testimony gathered from more than 80 victims and witnesses over the past 11 months, including some who survived after being sent to one of North Koreas notorious prison camps.

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