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South Korea Rules on Contientious Objectors

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BREAKING NEWS | Historic Korean Constitutional Court Decision: Punishing Conscientious Objectors Declared Unconstitutional


We all rejoice with our brothers in Korea that the foundation has been laid to end decades of injustice.—Proverbs 15:30

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