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Camp No. 22, one of the largest prison camps in North Korea, is located in the northeast and holds more than 50,000 prisoners. Up to 200,000 are unjustly imprisoned in these Soviet-style gulags, where prisoners are subjected to extreme abuse, torture, rape, forced abortions and even executions. More than 400,000 have died in these political prison camps.
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FROM: Held Captive for 140 Days: Lisa Ling's Sister Breaks Her Silence
Published on May 18, 2010
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