(Fox News) Thousands of North Korean prisoners may have died after a notorious prison camp larger than the size of London was closed at the end of last year, a new report from a human rights group says.
The Washington-based Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HNRK) says Kim Jong Un consolidated the country's prison camps after the death of his father in 2011, according to The Telegraph.
An account from a North Korean defector says Camp No. 22 in North Hamyong province once held an estimated 30,000 inmates, but numbers rapidly deteriorated to 3,000 amid a food shortage.
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