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Tight Censorship by Defense Security Command in Yanggang Province 
Date : August 2, 2012
According to a Border Security Force(BSF)  officer in Yanggang province, the whole region is in a state of emergency as large numbers of soldiers and officers are be…
Compared to NK's, Chinese Torture of Kim was not Harsh 
Date : August 1, 2012
Kim Young Hwan, a South Korean activist who was detained and tortured by the Chinese government, stated, “The North Korean human rights issue should not be overshadowed …
NK Authorities Conducting Reinvestigation of the Pardoned 
Date : July 5, 2012
Multiple sources have told Open Radio for North Korea that many of the North Korean citizens who were pardoned by the general amnesty which was issued to celebrate Kim Il…
North Korea exporting more workers abroad 
Date : June 26, 2012
-NK foreign ministry facing difficulty amid financial crisis-Increasing financial difficulty from market regulations-An estimated 40~50,000 workforces working abroad …
North Korea executes 4 defectors sent back from China 
Date : June 26, 2012
North Korea has publicly executed four citizens who were recently repatriated from China after being caught by the Chinese authorities, a North Korean defector in South K…
North Korea: 'Drought Threatens Harvest' 
Date : June 21, 2012
A severe drought is expected to worsen serious food shortages in North Korea, a South Korean expert said on Wednesday, as the UN food agency reported that three million p…
North Korea under Growing Pressure over Human Rights 
Date : June 20, 2012
The campaign for North Koreans’ human rights is receiving fresh impetus as South Korea, the U.S. and the international community are ratcheting up pressure on the repres…
North Korea: Economic System Built on Forced Labor 
Date : June 14, 2012
Human Rights Watch states that the North Korean economy is based on forced, uncompensated labor. Defectors told Human Rights Watch that they were forced to work at an ass…
CNN: North Korea defector living with a quarter century of guilt 
Date : June 12, 2012
Seoul (CNN) -- Oh Kil-nam refuses to keep a single photo of his family in his home. He says it's just too painful.For more than 25 years, Oh has lived with the guilt of k…
Solar generator gains popularity around Pyongyang following severe fuel shortage... 
Date : June 11, 2012
North Korea has long been suffering from chronic fuel shortages since the economic collapse of the 1990s. Even the regime’s well-to-do capital, Pyongyang, faces severe b…
Sales of gifts plummet following death of Kim Jong Il 
Date : June 11, 2012
“Entrepreneurs are deeply disturbed about the decline in sales of wedding gifts such as Hanboks (traditional Korean clothes), electronics, and beddings following the dea…
Kim Release Committee Steps Up Efforts 
Date : May 23, 2012
On May 23rd, 2012, The Committee for the Release of North Korea Human Rights Activist Kim Young Hwan increased its efforts to secure the release of Kim and the three othe…
Smuggler crackdown creates new smugglers 
Date : May 22, 2012
Some sources from Sinuiju and Musan have claimed that North Korean security officers in the border area have become directly involved in smuggling between the North and C…
North Korean workers in China lose 70% of their wages 
Date : May 22, 2012
A Chinese trader has recently reported that North Korean workers are given only 元200 (40,000Won in South Korea) per month, despite their heavy work processing raw fish i…
North Korea Lied about Detention, Then Freed An Ki Ok 
Date : May 16, 2012
According to an Open Radio for North Korea  source, An Ki Ok,  a Korean traditional musician who settled in North Korea prior to the Korean war, had been held i…
 
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