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From a North Korean Hell to Home 
Date : November 11, 2011
"(Seoul) -- In most countries, the typical penalty for an immigration offense like illegal entry is arrest, short-term detention and ultimately deportation, sometimes acc…
Story of Dr. Oh Kil Nam and His Family 
Date : October 27, 2011
Dr. Oh Kil Nam was once a South Korean elite who was strongly opposed to the Yusin Constitution system and left South Korea to study in Germany.   After the No. 3…
Drug Production and Circulation in North Korea 
Date : October 10, 2011
There are two units who produce drugs: the authorities and ordinary people.   The kinds of drugs produced by the authorities are those with high purity such as he…
Drug Dealing Led by the Authorities 
Date : October 10, 2011
The platform of expansion and systematization of drug production and smuggling has the authorities’ support.   In the early 1970s when the economy was stagnant, …
Even Elementary School Children Dabble in Drugs 
Date : October 10, 2011
On July 6, a source from Onsung, North Hamkyung Province, reported, “As Onsung residents’ addiction to drugs has become more serious, drug addiction among elementary sc…
Drug Inspection Team Carries out Monitoring over Customs 
Date : October 10, 2011
The Drug Inspection Team, which has been organized according to Kim Jong Eun’s instructions in January of this year, has been reportedly carrying out the examination of …
Human Rights Organizations Shed Light on North Korea’s Religious Persecution 
Date : October 10, 2011
In their 2010 Annual Report for Religious Freedom, The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), an independent government body, designated No…
Money Can Save Even Religious Offenders 
Date : October 10, 2011
The North Korean policy towards religion is simple-annihilation. However, some changes in actual religious persecution have been noticed. This is not because the official…
Three Reasons for The Existence of Religious Organizations In North Korea 
Date : October 10, 2011
There are several official religious organizations in North Korea. They include the Chosun Christians Federation, the Chosun Buddhists Fdederation, and the Chosun Catholi…
The Six Periods of Religious Persecution in North Korea 
Date : October 10, 2011
Since its liberation in 1945, North Korean authorities have considered religion to be a weak legacy of the past. Kim Il Sung said, “Religion is a reactionary and unscien…
 
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