NORTH KOREA or the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is a devout nation in East Asia in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula.
DPRK has been accused of excessive human rights violations by the United Nations and cruelty to its citizens. North Korea adheres to a dictatorship under its leader Kim Jong Yun. A largely demilitarized zone separates the answer from South Korea.
There are several concentration camps in the DPR regime, where accounts of extreme inhuman conditions of prisoners have been reported. For many years, as in the media all over the world, North Korea has consistently been involved in expanding its military campaign keeping in mind the heavy needs of nuclear weapons and its army, while the basic needs like food and electricity Ignoring.
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The laws are extremely strict in the DPR and violation is done with hostility and sometimes with public execution. There is no access to any kind of communication from the outside world like internet connectivity or TV or radio in the country. The movement within the country is heavily restricted with the permit required to move from one place to another. Any religion in the country is prohibited.
North Korean media are some of the toughest governmental controls in the world. Without the press freedom of the press in 2017, the Annual Press Freedom Index of Borders was 180th in 180 countries.
On July 4, 2017, North Korea successfully performed the first test of an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), named Havasong-14.
Scientists said that “An unknown missile was previously removed from Japan on September 15, 2017 under the leadership of Kim Jong-Eun of North Korea.”
Launched near Pyongyang, the UN Security Council came after the eighth set of restrictions on North Korea on its restricted missile and nuclear programs.
This was done in response to the sixth nuclear test, which was the largest in September 2017, which Pyongyang had said was enough hydrogen bomb to fit on the missile.