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Orphaned children used in mines for work in North Korea; Report | North Korea | orphans | volunteer


Reports that students, including young children, are working in North Korea are now making headlines in the international media. The news was reported by the media, including the BBC. Orphaned children and graduate students in orphanages are reportedly being used for difficult jobs, including in coal mines, farms, and the iron and steel industries.

But the local media says that they are doing their job to prove their commitment to the party. But news agency reports do not say what age the children are. But the pictures that came out show that they are teenagers.

English summary: North Korea orphans volunteer to work in mines

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