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Date : August 12, 2016
USCIRF 2016 Annual Report on Freedom of Religion
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UNITED STATES COMMISSION
ON INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

2016 ANNUAL REPORT

In North Korea, thousands of religious believers and their families are imprisoned in labor camps, including those forcibly repatriated from China. Because North Korea is such a closed society, it is hard even to know the names of religious prisoners. The government controls all political and religious __EXPRESSION__ and activities and punishes those who question the regime. Religious freedom is non-existent. Individuals secretly engaging in religious activities are subject to arrest, torture, imprisonment, and execution. North Koreans suspected of contacts with South Koreans or foreign missionaries or who are caught possessing Bibles have been executed. 






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