KCNA: "Today, in the DPRK all people are enjoying genuine freedom and rights to the full extent thanks to the politics of attaching importance to, respecting and loving the people unfolded by Chairman Kim Jong Un."
KCNA: "EU and Japan are neither qualified nor in a position to talk about other's human rights issues. Inthe EU, the grave crimes against humanity continue to be perpetrated like Islamophobia, xenophobia, worst-ever refugee crisis and neo-Nazism."
KCNA: "All materials contained in the 'resolution' are nothing but the most despicable false words fabricated by a handful of 'defectors' who escaped after having committed crimes to sustain their dirty lives and therefore, we don't feel any need to make even a word on it."
KCNA: "'Human rights issue' mentioned in the 'resolution' has never existed and cannot be allowed to exist in my country where we value most the dignity and independent rights of human being."
KCNA: "The Permanent Mission of the DPRK to the UN resolutely and totally rejects the anti-DPRK 'resolution' (A/C.3/73/L.40) which was adopted forciblyThe 'resolution' has nothing to do with genuine human rights, as it is a product of political plot of hostile forces."
KCNA: "During the investigation, Lowrance stated that he illegally entered the DPRK under the manipulation of the CIA. The relevant organ decided to deport American citizen Lowrance from the DPRK."
KCNA: "Bruce Byron Lowrance, an American citizen, was detained by a relevant organ on Oct. 16 as he entered the Democratic People's Republic of Korea illegally the border between the DPRK and China."
KCNA: "The political dwarf Japan styles itself 'political power' in different parts of the world, only to be ridiculed."
KCNA: "Japan's act reminds people of a drunken brawler persisting in attending a wedding ceremony, absurdly speaking ill of the householder behind the fence. The impudent act makes even a close ally turn its face from Japan."
KCNA: "Many countries warmly welcomed positive changes fordetente in the Korean peninsula, but Japan cries out for 'intensified sanctions on the DPRK' and persists in mendicancy, repeatedly clamoring about the 'abduction'. Japan gets nothing but international isolation."
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KCNA: "The U.S., Japan and Western countries had better cure their human rights illness, instead of criticizing others groundlessly."
KCNA: "There is not much difference in Japan, which likes to brag itself as a 'law-governed state' and 'advanced state', and in European countries which slander other countries, behaving as if they are the 'model' in respecting human rights."
KCNA: "The U.S., which styles itself the 'model' of capitalism, is swarming with unemployed and homeless people. Murder, robbery and other high-profile crimes are rampant there. Colored and minority races there have their rights wantonly violated."
KCNA: "Western countries cooked up and spread a human rights document of falsehoods and fabrications in a bid to internationalize and politicize the non-existent 'human rights question' in the DPRK."
Here's the full English-language text from KCNA of Kim Jong Un's visit to the weapons facility.
KCNA: "He expressed great satisfaction, saying the great success serves as another striking demonstration of the validity of the Party policy of prioritizing defence science and technologyand as a decisive turn in bolstering the fighting capacity of the Korean People's Army."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un highly praised the officials, scientists, technicians and munitions industrial workers for successfully conducting the test of an ultramodern tactical weapon, to which the Party has attached importance in ardent expectation."
KCNA: "He added that the weapon is just like a posthumous weapon and he missed Kim Jong Il very much while seeing the great success of its test."
KCNA: Kim Jong Un: "The weapon system whose development Chairman Kim Jong Il had chosen personally and directed step by step with his special attention paid to it was born at last."
KCNA: "After seeing the power of the tactical weapon, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un was so excited to say that another great work was done by the defence scientists and munitions industrial workers to increase the defence capability of the country."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, supervised a newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon test."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un expressed thanks to Moon Jae In for sending the gift associated with warm feelings of south Korean compatriots to him and instructed to convey the mandarins to school youth and children and Pyongyangites."
KCNA: "Moon Jae In presented to Kim Jong Un a large quantity of mandarins produced on Jeju Island with sincerity in expression of his thanks to Kim Jong Un for sending a lot of Songi mushrooms to him with the feelings of compatriotism during the historic Pyongyang summit meeting"
KCNA: "Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un was presented with a significant gift by President of south Korea Moon Jae In."
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