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In Japanese court, 5 ask N. Korea to pay for their suffering

In Japanese court, 5 ask N. Korea to pay for their suffering
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Plaintiffs and their supporters walk toward the Tokyo District Court Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, in Tokyo. The court is hearing five ethnic Korean residents of Japan and a Japanese national demanding the North Korean government pay compensation over their human rights abuses in that country after joining a resettlement program there that promised a “paradise on Earth,” but without the presence of a defendant - the North’s leader. The banner reads: "Oct. 14 Tokyo District Court the North Korea "Paradise on Earth" campaign first trial.
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