North Koreans start their morning commute down a road intersection in Pyongyang on Tuesday. The fate of North Koreans suspected of opposing the ruling establishment is draconian. The few who have escaped tell of unspeakable acts of torture, of long hours of slave labour, of confinement to tiny cells and, finally, starvation and disease. Photo: AP

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North Koreans start their morning commute down a road intersection in Pyongyang on Tuesday. The fate of North Koreans suspected of opposing the ruling establishment is draconian. The few who have escaped tell of unspeakable acts of torture, of long hours of slave labour, of confinement to tiny cells and, finally, starvation and disease. Photo: AP
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