UN Independent Commission of Inquiry chairman, Michael Kirby
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UN says North Korea crimes 'could amount to genocide'

The UN says North Korea is committing crimes against humanity including torture, mass killings and starvation that could amount to genocide.

The Independent Commission of Inquiry's chairman, Michael Kirby, said testimony gathered in the UN report "tells the stories of the prison camps... of the babies who are born stunted... of the abductions, of the public executions."

  • 17 Feb 2014
  • From the section World
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