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Dalhousie students protest at the Halifax International Security Forum

Student group called the "Camp 14 Project" cited human rights violations by North Korean government

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caption Students holding protesting signs at The Westin Nova Scotian
Molly Woodgate

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Dalhousie University students conducted a peaceful protest today outside the Halifax International Security Forum against the North Korean government, citing human rights violations.

Daniel Stein, one of the coordinators of the protest, said people at the security forum have the power to increase discussions and more diplomacy with North Korea.

The rally started at the Killam Memorial Library and ended at The Westin Nova Scotian, where the security forum is being held.

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