North Korea deaths squads publicly executing people in schools, markets and by rivers, report says

Credit: WorldNews- Published 5 days ago
A South Korean rights group says it has identified hundreds of sites in North Korea used for public executions and extrajudicial killings. Though the practice peaked in the 1990s, North Korea has continued to use public executions under the reign of Kim Jong-un - almost always death by firing squad - to instil fear in the...

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