Even UK is critical about human rights violation in North Korea North Korea is the

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    North Korea is the worst human rights violation country in the world. The UK government has shown interest and anxiety about the human rights violation in North Korea. On September 28th, the British ambassador, James Hoare, expressed anxiety about the human rights issue to Kim Young-nam, the North Korean Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly.

    Moreover, the UK government expressed anxiety when North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs representative visited London. Sayeeda Warsi, Senior Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, also criticized the prison camps in North Korea. Britain's criticism toward North Korea implies that the international community can no longer look on with folded arms when it comes to human rights violation in North Korea. We can no longer leave the fate of the North Korean people at the mercy of brutal North Korean authorities.

    (www.voakorea.com/content/article/1533399.html)
     
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    Ain't none of our business, so why should we care? I'm sorry if that seems heartless, but in my opinion in it's about time Asian countries started dealing with this big dead elephant they've got stinking up their back yard.
     
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    easy to say "NONE OF OUR BUSINESS".
     

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