Korea: September 4, 2005


The U.S. is resisting North Korea's efforts to silence any international discussion of atrocities committed by the North Korean government. These include deliberate starvation, kidnapping, deliberate family separations, religious persecution, trafficking of women and children for immoral purposes, inhumane prison conditions (death camps), the use of gas chambers and the torture and execution of those trying to flee the country. South Korea has made it a policy to ignore these offences, but this policy has created a rift with the United States. 


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