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described in rape and torture in the North's notorious Gulag.
A satellite image shows one of North Korea's largest camp.
North Korea's political Prison Camps is expanding,
What they say about North Korea is very hard stuff: after a yearlong investigation, the panel said it found evidence of an array of offenses, including crimes against humanity carried out through executions and starvation as well as a campaign of abductions of people in South Korea and Japan.
The panel’s report, to be released Monday, is the most authoritative account yet of human rights violations by North Korean authorities.
It could also build international pressure on North Korea, whose dire rights record has drawn less censure at the United Nations than its nuclear and missile programs have.
The three-member commission, led by a retired Australian judge, Michael D. Kirby, was set up by the United Nations’ top human rights body last March to investigate evidence of systematic and grave rights violations in North Korea.
The commission conducted public hearings with more than 80 victims, defectors and other witnesses in Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo, London and Washington but was not allowed into North Korea.
A spokesman of this tyranny state of North Korea says that they are gonna totally reject those findings of the Commission of Inquiry regarding crimes against humanity.