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UN criticizes N.Korea for 'systematic' abductions of foreigners 
Date : April 10, 2015
The UN Human Rights Council on Friday strongly criticized North Korea for the "systematic abduction" of foreigners, after a UN investigation found the country had snatche…
No Progress on Polluted Hoeryong Stream 
Date : April 9, 2015
Despite the difficulty Hoeryong area residents are facing in securing safe drinking water due to chemical contamination in a stream from gold mining, state officials have…
Residents Rage at DSC Tyranny 
Date : April 8, 2015
A recent incident has acutely highlighted the high-handed behavior, namely violence under the pretense of inspections, of officials with the Chosun People’s Army [KPA] D…
Officials Dismissed on Trumped-Up Charges 
Date : March 13, 2015
A trade department head from the North Hamkyung Provincial People’s Committee has been removed from his post for the crime of "causing state losses," and the same depart…
New Technology Employed to Track Intl. Calls 
Date : March 13, 2015
North Korea has employed new state-of-the-art devices in order to increase the efficacy of mobile monitoring and detection to preclude information from leaking outs…
“N.Korea’s Child soldiers reaches Million, must be stopped” 
Date : February 16, 2015
International Non-governmental Organizations urged North Korea to stop recruit children into the armed forces, Radio Free Asia reported on 12th. ‘Child Soldiers Internat…
N.Korea Rejects S.Korea’s offer of powdered milk aid for Children 
Date : February 13, 2015
North Korea on Wednesday refused to receive powdered milk provided by the Korea Red Cross as part of humanitarian assistance. The Korea Red Cross reported through Panmunj…
Defectors Weigh in on the Grueling '1,000-Ri Journey Study Tour' 
Date : February 6, 2015
North Korea’s state-run media have been releasing stories on youth marches carried out in the country by students, who are looking to learn from independence-related act…
Family Caught for Attempting to Defect 
Date : February 6, 2015
A family was recently apprehended near the China-North Korea border by State Security Department [SSD] agents after attempting to flee the country and is currently facing…
NK Ups the Ante Against 'The Interview' 
Date : February 5, 2015
The North Korean authorities are taking all possible measures to block Sony Picture’s “The Interview,” a controversial film based on a fictional plot to assassinate Ki…
Study Finds Little Change in N. Korean Diet Over 50 Years 
Date : February 5, 2015
Voice of America has recently reported that The North Korean diet has changed little over the past 50 years, after the Korean War.On average, an adult in North Korea cons…
North Korean Television Ends Broadcast of Russian, Chinese Films 
Date : February 3, 2015
North Korea, where has stopped broadcasting Chinese and Russian films as part of a bid to prevent foreign influences seeping into their reclusive nation according to sour…
UN official: NKorean human rights, cult of Kim can't coexist 
Date : February 3, 2015
The U.N.’s special rapporteur on human rights in North Korea claimed that human rights in North Korea and cult of Kim cannot coexist. “80,000 to 100,000 prisoners can b…
S.Korea urges North to take up the Human rights issues 
Date : February 3, 2015
North Korea has been asking the United Nations to drop resolutions on the country’s human rights records days after a defector admitted parts of his story about br…
Kkotjebi Exploitation Persists Unabated 
Date : February 2, 2015
The exploitation of helpless children is encouraged for reasons in North Korea. Known as kkotjebi in Korean, North Korea’s street children have long been consi…
 
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