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Expensive Bus in Pyongyang 
Date : September 10, 2013
Since the transportation system in Pyongyang is poor, expensive bus system has appeared, Radio Free Asia reported.  The source of Radio Free Asia said that trams in …
Accident and Desertion of NK Army Increasing 
Date : September 10, 2013
Radio Free Asia reported that the North Korean army has become increasingly derelict in its duties since Kim Jong Eun took power.  According to the source, the numbe…
Special Pardon for the Founding Day of NK 
Date : September 10, 2013
Japan’s Tokyo Shinbun reported on the 7th that the North Korean authorities carried out a large-scale special pardon for the 65th anniversary of the Founding Day of Nort…
Food Distribution to Only Pyongyang 
Date : September 9, 2013
North Korea continues its economic discrimination in celebration of September 9th, the anniversary of the founding of North Korea. According to a source, party cadres exp…
North Korean People are Mobilized for 9.9 Day 
Date : September 9, 2013
September 9th is the Founding Day of North Korea. All North Koreans were mobilized in preparation for the 65th anniversary of the founding holiday, which is called 9.9 Da…
Kim Jong Eun Finally Takes Out His Sword 
Date : September 9, 2013
Recently, as the Korean wave spread to not only students and market sellers but also to officials and the National Security Agency, a special order by Kim Jong Eun was is…
Expensive Prices in Pyongyang 
Date : September 9, 2013
Since Kim Jong Eun came to power, prices in Pyongyang have increased dramatically and the gap between the rich and poor has become extreme.  Kim Jong Eun has extensi…
Execution Tale Spreading on the Border 
Date : September 9, 2013
A rumor is spreading in cities along the North Korea-China border about the supposed execution of Hyun Song Wol, an opera singer who was said to have previously been in a…
North Korean People Criticizing Planting Grass for Livestock Feed 
Date : September 6, 2013
The North Korean authorities have put tens of thousands of people to work planting grass for livestock feed in Kangwon Province under the heading ‘The authorities produc…
Price of North Korean Coffee Almost Laborer’s Monthly Wage 
Date : September 6, 2013
Recently, cafés have been increasingly appearing in Pyongyang and the price of coffee there is almost the same as a North Korean laborer’s monthly wage, the Chosu…
US NGO Aids NK Underground Church 
Date : September 6, 2013
American NGO Alpha Relief is aiding the underground church in North Korea with food and other necessities, Radio Free Asia reported.  This organization’s spokesman …
Grandiose Projects “Bleeding North Korea Dry” 
Date : September 5, 2013
Three massive construction projects initiated by Kim Jong Eun have been described by an unspecified South Korean government official as “bleeding North Korea dry.” The …
Non-trademarked Cosmetics Rise in Popularity 
Date : September 5, 2013
Recent reports have stated that non-trademarked cosmetic goods are being bought and sold in North Korean markets. According to a source that spoke to Radio Free Asia, the…
Food Aid to North Korea at Two Year Low 
Date : September 5, 2013
This month the UN World Food Programme reported that quantity of food aid being sent to North Korea, approximately 2050 tons, has reached a two year low. A significant de…
North Korea Rescinds U.S. Envoy Invitation 
Date : September 3, 2013
The North Korean government has rescinded its offer for U.S. envoy Robert King to visit the country to negotiate the release of Kenneth Bae. Robert King was planning to t…
 
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