In Japanese court, five ask N. Korea to pay for their suffering

TOKYO -- A Japanese court on Thursday is hearing from five people who say there were promised "paradise on Earth" in North Korea but suffered human rights violations instead and now want the country and its leader Kim Jong Un to compensate them.

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