News | ‘100,000 North Korean Workers Facing Human Rights Violations Overseas’

According to a South Korean government think tank, the number of forced laborers deployed by the DPRK may have gone up, increasing international concern with human rights violations. 

"A North Korean worker pauses during a shift. Chinese managers have reported they prefer North Korean workers because they are 'cheap and obedient.'"| Photo: China Daily Mail via NKNEWS

“A North Korean worker pauses during a shift. Chinese managers have reported they prefer North Korean workers because they are ‘cheap and obedient.'”| Photo: China Daily Mail | Caption via NKNEWS

Forced North Korean laborers in countries such as: China, Russia, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar, are facing serious human rights violations -including 10 hour, six day, work weeks as well as the loss of 90% of their paychecks to the Kim regime.

 

Read more about the current situation here at UPI.

 

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