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North Korea called "hell" the situation with human rights in the United States

In response to a published UN report on crimes against humanity in the DPRK, the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea (CTC) accused Washington of similar crimes, RIA Novosti reports.

CTAC notes An increase in racism and an increase in the gap between the colored and white population. According to North Korean media reports, 52% of Americans surveyed agree that racism exists in the country, and 42% are confident that such discrimination will be eternal.

America is a "living hell", according to the CTAC, since basic human rights are grossly violated in the country. Pyongyang blames the US for the growing number of unemployed, rising house prices, weakening control over firearms. The CTAC was particularly outraged by the fact that there were no places in state correctional institutions, which is why private prisons, interested in the maximum number of prisoners, are gaining popularity in the country.

Nevertheless, the United States President Barack Obama continues to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on overseas trips, regardless of the living conditions of his people, North Korean media believe, and call the USA the worst country in the world in the field of human rights protection - writes TsTAK.

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