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North Korea
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The Flag and Coat of Arms of North Korea

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The location of 'North Korea

North Korea - The Score

North Korea is with a doubt the most hideous personification of evil since The Fall of Lucifer.

It is acknowledged not only as a Founder Member of the Axis_of_Evil but they also made the t-shirts for the rest of the group to wear.

It is rightly regarded by the Western World as a thoroughly unpleasant country, full of nasty freedom fighters whose sole aim in life is to import porn into Finland to gain some hard Western currency.

International Pariah


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It's conceivable that there may just be a reason to keep dialogue open with the Godless heathens after all...

  • North Korea and China dispute the sovereignty of certain islands in Yalu and Tumen rivers.
  • Military Demarcation Line within the 4-km wide Demilitarized Zone has separated North from South Korea since 1953.
  • Periodic incidents in the Yellow Sea with South Korea which claims the Northern Limiting Line as a maritime boundary.
  • North Korea supports South Korea in rejecting Japan's claim to Liancourt Rocks.

Human Exploitation

  • North Korea is a source country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and sexual exploitation.
  • North Korea's own system of political repression includes forced labour in a network of prison camps where an estimated 150,000 to 200,000 persons are incarcerated.
  • The illegal status of North Koreans in China and other countries increases their vulnerability to trafficking schemes and sexual and physical abuse.
  • North Koreans forcibly returned from China may be subject to hard labor in prison camps operated by the government.

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