Some children from poor families who were forced to work, were not in school during the year.
In North Korea students make instead of studying 10 hours a day to work on repairing the railway tracks.
“These pictures are the mirror of one of the worst abuses of the North Korean state – the exploitation of child labor,” said Michael Glendinning of the European Alliance for human rights in North Korea.
The publication notes that filmed the hidden camera.
According to activists, some children from poor families who were forced to work, were not in school during the year.
The publication reports that children are employed without compensation. Also, they were subjected to physical abuse for poor quality work.
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