North Korea restrictions

This item appears on page 62 of the February 2016 issue.
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Because of North Korea’s inconsistent application of its criminal laws, the US Department of State continues to strongly recommend that people not travel there. Without charges, visitors have been subject to arrest and long-term detention for actions that would not be cause for arrest in the US or other countries, including involvement in unsanctioned religious and/or political activities or unauthorized interaction with the local population.

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Because of North Korea’s inconsistent application of its criminal laws, the US Department of State continues to strongly recommend that people not travel there. Without charges, visitors have been subject to arrest and long-term detention for actions that would not be cause for arrest in the US or other countries, including involvement in unsanctioned religious and/or political activities or unauthorized interaction with the local population.