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U.N. looking at crimes against humanity in North Korea

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GENEVA (KNOE 8 News) - The U.N.'s top human rights body has appointed three experts from Australia, Serbia and Indonesia to carry out an inquiry into North Korea for possible crimes against humanity.

 The U.N. Human Rights Council said Tuesday it will look into the claims of widespread and systematic human rights violations in North Korea. 

North Korea has called the U.N. moves political meddling.

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