North Korea's presence at the Olympics ... not to talk about anything essentially other than North Korea's athletes or competitions. 5. Twenty-one of their colleagues were reportedly sent to a prison camp in 2006. The Taipei Times …
“The MSS is responsible for operating North Korean prison camps, investigating cases of domestic espionage, repatriating defectors, and conducting overseas …
(He has plans to return.) "My goal is to enlighten people in North Korea so that …
At any moment, one of Camp 14's guards could stop Shin Dong-hyuk and demand he recite the Ten Laws. Without missing a beat, Shin had to start rattling them off — do not try to escape, do not steal, report suspicious behavior …
The State Department explains North Korea has separate prison systems for its “political” and “re-education” camps, plus a smattering of detention facilities for other purposes. The political camps separate the “unredeemable” enemies of …
But North Korea has established its system of prison camps where an untold number have died amid "unspeakable atrocities" comparable to what the Nazis did, according to a preliminary report from the UN. "I believe you will be very …
North Korea expanded one of its infamous prison camps to accommodate women who’ve attempted to flee the regime, a report by a U.S.-based NGO has found. The reclusive nation added a women’s section to a reeducation through labor …
(CNN)Shin Dong-hyuk's horrific descriptions of his time in a North Korean prison camp became a best-selling book, made him a key witness before the United Nations and grabbed headlines around the world. He was one of the most …
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“These camp survivors and guards give first-person accounts of the horrors for prisoners in North Korea’s worst prison camps – which Pyongyang still denies exist,” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. In the ...
NBC even tweeted a photo of the North Korean cheerleaders with the heading …