300,000 North Koreans have fled to China risking their lives to flee the mass starvation and brutal oppression of the Stalinist North Korea Kim Jong regime.
The famine in the mid-1990s in North Korea may have killed as many as 3 million people.
Jasper Becker writes in his book Rouge Regime, "a death toll of 3 million would mean more victims than in Pol Pot's Cambodia.
"If 15 percent of [North Korea's] population died, then the death toll in proportion to the country, surpasses any comparable disaster in the 20th Century."
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