Friday, February 02, 2007

It was inevitable

DPRK leaders take a break from shouting to illustrate the meaning of the American expression, "Two can play at that game."

DPRK urges Japan to hand over remains of slave workers
China Daily

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Thursday urged Japan to hand over the remains of Korean slave workers born in DPRK and pay compensation to the victims' families.

The remarks were made in a statement issued by the Association of the Korean Victims of the Forcible Drafting and Their Bereaved Families, an official organization responsible for the slave workers issue.

DPRK accused Japan of serious human rights abuses and urged it to conduct investigations into the remains of the Korean slave workers, the official KCNA news agency quoted the statement as reporting.

The remarks came after Japan handed over the remains of more than 100 slave workers to South Korea...

I guess the Worker's Party people got irked that even peace poodle Yamasaki Taku cannot get off the Yokota Megumi express.

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