OTTO WARMBIER'S PARENTS VOW TO TARGET NORTH KOREAN ASSETS OVER KNOWN HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES

The parents of Otto Warmbier, the Ohio college student who died after he was released to the U.S. following a 17-month detainment in North Korea, said Friday that they are committed to holding the government accountable for its human rights abuses. 

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