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Diplomats defend, deplore North Korea’s human rights record

WorldNews Thursday, 9 May 2019
Diplomats defend, deplore North Korea’s human rights recordGENEVA (AP) — North Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations has defended his country’s human rights record and likened economic sanctions over its nuclear program to “crimes.”...
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