North Korea

China urged to avoid forced repatriation of North Korean defectors

A group of 21 North Koreans must not be forcibly repatriated by the Chinese government, Amnesty International said amid reports they are being held in the north-eastern Chinese city of Changchun for being in the country illegally en route to South Korea. A group of 21 North Koreans must not be forcibly repatriated by the Chinese government, Amnesty International said amid reports they are being held in the north-eastern Chinese city of Changchun fo

China urged to avoid forced repatriation of 21 North Koreans - 14 February 2012

Headline Title:  China urged not to expel North Koreans A group of 21 North Koreans must not be forcibly repatriated by the Chinese government, Amnesty International said amid reports they are being held in the north-eastern Chinese city of Changchun fo Some 21 North Koreans in China face expulsion to North Korea after being caught illegally in the country. Media Node:  North Korea Kim Jong Un Twitter Tag:  northkorea Story Location:  United Kingdom 38° 51' 8.1288" N, 126° 44' 17.8116" E See map: Google Maps “The Chinese authorities must enable these 21 North Koreans to seek asylum in China and other countries, and provide them with access to the UN refugee agency” Source:  Sam Zarifi, Amnesty International’s Asia-Pacific Director URL:  North Korea: Kim Jong-il’s death could be opportunity for human rights Description:  News, 19 December 2011.

Corea del Norte: La muerte de Kim Jong-il, posible oportunidad para los derechos humanos

La muerte del máximo dirigente norcoreano, Kim Jong-il, y la toma del poder por parte de su hijo, Kim Jong-un, representan una gran oportunidad para mejorar el catastrófico historial del país en materia de derechos humanos, ha señalado hoy Amnistía Internacional. La muerte del máximo dirigente norcoreano, Kim Jong-il, y la toma del poder por parte de su hijo, Kim Jong-un, representan una gran oportunidad para mejorar el catastrófico historial del país en ma

Corée du Nord. La mort de Kim Jong-il pourrait constituer une bonne occasion pour les droits humains

La mort du dirigeant nord-coréen Kim Jong-il suivie de la prise du pouvoir par son fils Kim Jong-un offre une occasion d’améliorer la situation catastrophique des droits humains en Corée du Nord. La mort du dirigeant nord-coréen Kim Jong-il suivie de la prise du pouvoir par son fils Kim Jong-un offre une occasion d’améliorer la situation catastrophique des droits humains en Corée du Nord, a

North Korea: Kim Jong-il’s death could be opportunity for human rights

The death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and assumption of power by his son, Kim Jong-un, present an important opportunity for improving the country’s catastrophic human rights record, Amnesty International said today. The death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-

North Korea: Kim Jong-il’s death could be opportunity for human rights - 19 December 2011

Headline Title:  Kim Jong-il’s death: Opportunity for improving human rights The death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and assumption of power by his son, Kim Jong-un, present an important opportunity for improving the country’s catastrophic human rights record, Amnesty Kim Jong-il has left millions of North Koreans mired in poverty,  and hundreds of thousands of people detained in brutal prison camps. Media Node:  North Korea: Kim Jong-il & Kim Jong-Un Story Location:  United Kingdom 39° 6' 42.7572" N, 127° 5' 23.4384" E See map: Google Maps “We hope that the new government will step away from the horrific, failed policies of the past.” Source:  Sam Zarifi, Amnesty International's Director for the Asia-Pacific Date:  Mon, 19/12/2011 URL:  Images reveal scale of North Korean prison camps Description:  Amnesty International News, 3 May 2011 URL:  The Crumbling State of Health care in North Korea Description:  Amnesty International Report, 15 July 2010
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La Corée du Nord se préparait apparemment à un changement à la tête de l’État.


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