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North Korea slams South for UN human rights vote

North Korea has accused bitter rival South Korea of committing a crime against peace on the peninsula by casting its vote for a U.N. resolution that chastised Pyongyang for having an abysmal record on human rights. A U.N. General Assembly panel rebuked North Korea on Friday for gross human rights abuses. South Korea voted for a draft resolution criticizing its Stalinist neighbor for torture, public executions and miserable prison conditions. Fearful of antagonizing its heavily armed neighbor, Seoul had previously abstained or refrained from participating in votes in various U.N. bodies on human rights in the North. Full Story

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