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International groups send letter to North Korea, calling and hoping for change

The country has a population of roughly 24 million people. Hunger and malnutrition are widespread, but the government is mostly know for its strict demands of loyalty. Merely questioning the regime can result in the detention, disappearance, torture and even death of its citizens. ;

The ;letter is signed by Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Federation for Human Rights. Forty other organizations, from all over the world, also signed the letter, including religious groups. ;

Only time will tell, but they?re hoping Kim Jon-un will mark his legacy as the leader who brought freedom to North Korea. ;