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NGO’s Kicked Out of North Korea

Published onsdag 16 november 2005 kl 13.24

Foreign aid workers say their non-government organizations have been ordered to leave North Korea, after the European Union criticized Pyongyang’s human rights record.

Eleven of the 12 NGO’s working in North Korea, including Sweden’s PMU Interlife, have been told to leave the country.

North Korea issued the order after the EU submitted a resolution to the United Nations expressing serious concern about reports of torture, and restrictions on religion, travel, and other activities.

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