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North Korean Escapes Internment Camp Through Friend's Sacrifice

North Korean Escapes Internment Camp Through Friend's Sacrifice

In 2005, Shin Dong-hyuk, became the only person to ever escape from a "total-control zone" internment camp in North Korea and live to tell the tale. Because Shin was born in the prison, he knew no other life. In his mind, the entire world was Camp 14, and there were only two types of people in the world: prisoners and guards. You were born as one or the other, and you lived ...

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