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GENEVA — The United Nations’ top human rights body unanimously approved Thursday a formal probe into North Korea for possible crimes against humanity, despite warnings of “serious consequences” from the reclusive nation.
Pyongyang slammed the move as an “act of political fraud” after North Korean representative So Se Pyong told the council there would be “serious consequences” if they went ahead with an investigation, according to the CNN.
He told the council North Koreans are “happy with pride and honour that they have one of the best systems for promotion and protection of human rights in the world.”
The 47-nation UN Human Rights Council signed off on the resolution backed by the U.S., Japan and the European Union that authorizes an investigation into what U.N. officials describe as suspected widespread and systematic violations of human rights in North Korea.
Japan’s ambassador, Takashi Okada, denounced the abduction of…
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