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A woman works on a library computer at the Grand People's Study House in Pyongyang, North Korea, on March 9, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

A woman works on a library computer at the Grand People's Study House in Pyongyang, North Korea, on March (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

Satellite images show gulags still operational in North Korea - Satellite images suggest that contrary to reports that Pyongyang had shut down its largest labour prison in June, Camp 22 is still serving as a penal gulag for thousands of inmates. As many as 50,000 inmates are held at the camp, producing furniture or labouring in coal mines or the fields. In total, some 100,000 people are believed to be held in North Korean labour camps.

Satellite images show gulags still operational in North Korea

Satellite images suggest that contrary to reports that Pyongyang had shut down its largest labour prison in June, Camp 22 is still serving as a penal gulag for thousands of inmates.

Curtis Melvin has spent a great deal of time and energy to offer people a better look at one of the world’s most secretive countries, North Korea. great link - http://lotusdale.wordpress.com/2009/06/14/doctoral-student-unveils-north-korea-state-secrets-via-google-earth/

Graphic: The prison camps of North Korea Pray for the destruction of these camps by name.

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The Pyonghattan project: how North Korea's capital is transforming into a 'socialist fairyland'

Kim Jong-un’s nuclear threats and ruthless executions dominate headlines abroad; yet in Pyongyang he is carving out a reputation as a champion of modern facilities for the country’s new middle class. Oliver Wainwright takes a rare tour

Community Post: 35 Instagrams From North Korea (#9: Nurses sing and play the accordion during a health campaign to give young children vitamin A supplements and deworming pills at a nursery in #Pyongyang. UNICEF and DPRK government agencies collaborated in the campaign to assist 1.7 million kids under 5 across the country.)

North Korean nurses ease the shyness of school children as they dispense vitamins.

North Korea's economy is poor and salaries are low causing less money to purchase foo. This can cause starvation if not being able to purchase that food. Natural resources are poor causing dirty water and bad foods. Every 2 1/2 minutes, a North Korean dies of starvation. #Economy #NorthKorea

Health- Many people suffer from diseases and starvation. North Korea spends less money on healthcare than any other country in the world.

North Korea Fun Fair...huh? Fun and fair two words I never associate with North Korea.

Fun and fair two words I never associate with North Korea.

Hidden from view: Grim crumbling buildings inhabited by North Korean residents in the capital city mingle on the side of the street in Pyongyang.

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