S. Korea Is Putting N. Korea's Human Rights Abuses Front And Center
A new South Korean law requires the country to track and publish human rights violations by North Korea, and the U.S. is stepping in to help.By Melissa Prax | April 3, 2016
The latest meeting between South Korea and the U.S. focuses on human rights violations in North Korea.
That's not unusual, but this time the U.S. envoy's visit follows the passing of a new South Korean law that puts human rights for North Korean citizens front and center.
The law involves tracking all of the North Korean regime's human rights offenses and providing money to aid organizations.