In the News – Amnesty International report: North Korea executes 30 officials who were involved in talks with South Korea
Amnesty International reports that the Kim Jong-Un regime killed 30 officials for not improving relations between North and South Korea. Some were rounded up and shot by firing squad while other died in staged traffic accidents, the report says.
Thirty North Korean officials involved in talks with South Korea have been executed or died in “staged traffic accidents,” according a shocking new report.
The Amnesty International investigators say another 200 people were rounded up and executed or sent to political prison camps.
The 30 men were killed – sometimes using a firing squad, according to reports – for failing to improve relations between the North and the South, and are considered scapegoats for the new low point in inter-Korean relations.
North Korea appears to be putting the final touches on the test detonation of a nuclear device.
Kim Min-seok, a spokesman for South Korea’s Ministry of Defence, said intelligence reports indicate the North is ready to carry out the long-awaited test
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