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North Korea has sentenced a US citizen to 15 years hard labour for what the Supreme Court called crimes against the country including trying to overthrow the government.
Kenneth Bae who is aged 44, was held last year after entering North Korea as a tourist. He is believed to be a tour operator. He was arrested last November as he visited the northeastern port city of Rajin which is a special economic zone near the border with China.
The sentence comes amid high tensions in the region after international condemnation of Pyongyang’s third nuclear test. The US and South Korea are on standby against possible further provocations from the North as the two allies have just ended their joint military exercises.
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Celebrating the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker, Pope Francis has used the occasion to condemn “slave labour” carried out by employees at the collapsed factories in Bangladesh.
Making an address on May Day, Pope Francis said: “I think of how many, and not just young people, are unemployed, often due to a purely economic conception of society that seeks selfish profit outside the parameters of social justice.”
According to a report by Vatican Radio, Pope Francis made the remark about the Bangladeshi workers during a private mass.
The Pontiff is said to have been shocked by the news that some of the 400 victims were living on 38 euros per month.
Pope Francis is the first Jesuit Pope, a group known for their vow of poverty.
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