Capital punishment is a form of punishment in North Korea , allegedly for many offences, which can be grand theft , murder , rape , drug smuggling , treason , espionage , political dissidence , defection , piracy , consumption of media not approved by the government and proselytizing religious beliefs that contradict practiced Juche ideology. On November 3, , according to an unproven JoongAng Ilbo report, at least 80 people were publicly executed for minor offenses. According to a witness from Wonsan, 10, residents were forced to watch when eight people were machine-gunned to death at the local Shinpoong stadium. In , the United Nations Human Rights Council created a Commission of inquiry on human rights in the DPRK , investigating and documenting alleged instances of executions carried out with or without trial, publicly or secretly, in response to political and other crimes that are often not among the most serious. The Commission determined that these systematic acts, if true, rise to the level of crimes against humanity. North Korea was alleged to have resumed public executions in October after they had declined in the years following amidst international criticism.
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Abductions of Japanese citizens from Japan by agents of the North Korean government took place during a period of six years from to There are testimonies that many non-Japanese citizens, including eight citizens from European countries and one from the Middle East,  have been abducted by North Korea. In the s, a number of Japanese citizens disappeared from coastal areas in Japan. The people who had disappeared were average Japanese people who were opportunistically abducted by operatives lying in wait. Although North Korean agents were suspected, the opinion that North Korea had nothing to do with the disappearances was widely held. Some of the victims were abducted to teach Japanese language and culture at North Korean spy schools.
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