The regime of the Workers’ Party of Korea has consistently been ranked one of the most oppressive in the world by human rights groups, with some claiming an increase in abuses since Kim Jong-Un took power in 2011.
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In 2014, a 400-page report by the UN Commission of Inquiry on human rights accused North Korea’s government of carrying out a “wide array of crimes against humanity,” including extermination, murder, rape, forced abortions and enslavement in prison camps.
North Korea’s government has denied the existence of these facilities.
However, Amnesty International …