As North Koreans celebrated the birthday of their late leader on Sunday, the United Nations was getting ready to release a scathing report on the reclusive country. It released on Monday a detailed account of North Korea's human rights violations. The report, nearly 400 pages long, lists atrocities including murder, torture, rape, enslavement, executions and starvation. Crimes against humanity that the UN said borders on genocide. Michael Kirby headed the commission behind the report.