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North Korea

The country was founded in 1948 After it Had been freed from Japanese occupation, and a socialist state backed by the Soviet Union was established. The Republic of Korea is the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, and was occupied by the United States, and the U.S. set up a democracy in the south. At first there was a war between the armies of the North and South in what is called the Korean War, but while the fighting stopped in 1953, the war never officially ended.
North Korea Officially called the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)  is a Country in the northern part of the Korean peninsula. North Korea is next to China, Russia, and South Korea. The capital city of North Korea is Py┼Ćngyang, which is also the largest city.
The history of North Korea began with the partition of Korea at the end of World War II in 1945. The surrender of Japan led to the division of Korea into two occupation zones, with the United States administering the southern half of the peninsula and the Soviet Union administering the area north of the 38th Parallel.
Human Rights in North Korea are the principles that dictate the legal rights of citizens in North Korea. In North Korea, human rights are severely limited. Despite numerous rights being de jure guaranteed by the country's constitution, in practice, there is no de facto right to free speech, and the only radio, television, music and news providers that are deemed legal are those operated by the government. According to reports from Amnesty International and Committee from Human Rights, by 2017 an estimated 200,000 prisoners are incarcerated in camps that are dedicated to political crimes, and they are also subjected to forced labor, physical abuse, and execution


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