North Koreans living and working in the Czech Republic under a controversial labour programme will be sent home by the end of January 2008, AFP agency reported on Monday, citing the Czech Interior Ministry. It will end the practice of allowing them to work in factories as a source of cheap labour, after some human right groups said they were being used as breadwinners for the authoritarian regime in their home country. 134 Koreans were still working in the country at the end of November, the Interior Ministry said.
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