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Children look at posters on human rights abuses in North Korea, Feb. 5, 2006, on display at the Full Gospel Inchon Church in Inchon, South Korea. In South Korea, the issue of human rights in the North has been spearheaded by conservative Christian whose aim is to take their faith to the northern half of the divided peninsula. Although the movement's most visible spokesmen are North Korean defectors, its core is made up of South Korean Christians who, in the past decade, have grown into the world's second-largest overseas missionary force after the United States'. (Seokyong Lee/NYT)
Children look at posters on human rights abuses in North Korea, Feb. 5, 2006, on display at the Full Gospel Inchon Church in Inchon, South Korea. In South Korea, the issue of human rights in the North has been spearheaded by conservative Christian whose aim is to take their faith to the northern half of the divided peninsula. Although the movement's most visible spokesmen are North Korean defectors, its core is made up of South Korean Christians who, in the past decade, have grown into the world's second-largest overseas missionary force after the United States'. (Seokyong Lee/NYT)

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