Kim charm offensive overshadows North Korea rights abuses: Activists


SINGAPORE: Kim Jong Un’s charm offensive and his historic summit with US President Donald Trump have overshadowed a more sinister side of his regime – widespread human rights abuses, activists say.

The meeting in Singapore offered a dramatic image makeover for Kim, previously known for his apocalyptic threats of nuclear war and accused of ordering the killings of his own uncle and half-brother.

During his three-day visit, a smiling Kim shared a historic handshake with Trump, took selfies with top Singaporean officials and toured the city-state’s scenic…



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