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China Tightens Grip on Migrant Workers 
Date : March 4, 2013
The Chinese authorities, in response to the latest nuclear test in North Korea, have moved to tighten checks of North Korean migrant workers, a source told Yonhap News la…
Save the Children's Aid to North Korea Ends 
Date : March 4, 2013
According to Radio Free Asia, Save the Children’s 2-year food and medical aid project in North Hamgyeong Province ends this month.   Since 2011, Save the Children…
South Korea Officially Supports a COI 
Date : February 28, 2013
The South Korean government officially declared their support for a Commission of Inquiry into crimes against humanity in North Korea on the 27th. Dr. Kim Bong-hyun, the …
English NGO to Open Bread Factory 
Date : February 27, 2013
An English NGO, Love North Korean Children, will open a bread factory in Nampo, North Korea next month. The aim of the factory will be to produce enough bread for lunch f…
South Korea to back UN COI 
Date : February 26, 2013
A South Korean diplomat said on Monday that the country will “actively” work to persuade member states at the latest UN Human Rights Council session to back the establi…
Office Manager Executed 
Date : February 26, 2013
A female market management office manager from Chongjin has been executed. The manager was arrested back in 2009 for alleged corruption. According to reports, the corrupt…
Test Celebrations Aggravate Citizens 
Date : February 25, 2013
The world may be focused on nuclear proliferation in North Korea, but North Korean citizens are annoyed that markets are being closed due to the test’s success. The reg…
Foreigners to be Allowed Internet Access 
Date : February 25, 2013
Foreigners in North Korea will soon be allowed access to the internet on their cell phones. Associated Press‘s Pyongyang Bureau broke the news late last week. The ann…
Life Expectancy in North Korea Falls 
Date : February 21, 2013
Average life expectancy has gradually fallen in North Korea according to the latest data released by the United Nations Population Fund. In the 1980s, the combined avera…
Regime Reverses Farmland Arrogation Decision 
Date : February 21, 2013
The North Korean regime has issued orders to reverse last month’s announcement that farmers were only allowed 10 pyeong of farmland. 0.3025 pyeong is equal to …
Canada Shows its Support for a UN COI 
Date : February 20, 2013
The Canadian government has announced its support to establish a UN COI into crimes against humanity in North Korea according to Radio Free Asia.   Lee Kyung …
Demand Rising for New Charger 
Date : February 20, 2013
A new phone charger, which has been released by technicians in North Korea, has taken off. Due to the persistent problems with electrical supply, the innovation, a D/C c…
North Korea’s Absurd Propaganda on Nuke Test 
Date : February 18, 2013
Radio Free Asia have reported that the North Korean authorities have started directing absurd propaganda at their citizens. The regime is claiming that North Korea is…
New Luxurious Breast Cancer Center in North Korea 
Date : February 18, 2013
Yonhap News has reported the news that the North Korean authorities built a breast cancer center at the end of last year.   Built inside the Pyongyang Maternity Cl…
Possibility of Mobilization of Prisoners for Nuke Test Raised 
Date : February 16, 2013
According to No Fence, the Japanese North Korean human rights organization, there is a high possibility that North Korean political prisoners were mobilized to dig t…
 
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