Warmbier’s Death Puts Focus on North Korean Human Rights Violations

U.S. student Otto Warmbier’s tragic death Monday, after being released from a North Korean prison in a coma, has again put an international focus on the widespread human rights violations allegedly being committed by the Kim Jong Un government. “This is a government that frankly is a human rights abomination. It is a human rights black hole,” said Phil Robertson, the Deputy Asia Director at Human Rights Watch. In January of 2016, Warmbier was arrested in Pyongyang for allegedly...

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