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Citizens Failing to Receive Rations 
Date : February 13, 2013
A recent report by Radio Free Asia has exposed how North Korean citizens are not receiving rations from food aid. The exposé contradicts reports released…
Power Problems in North Korea 
Date : February 13, 2013
North Koreans are having a difficult time charging cell phones due to the frequent electricity blackouts.   Radio Free Asia has reported from a source that in the …
China's Loosened Control of Defectors 
Date : February 13, 2013
China has started to loosen their controls over and pursuit of North Korean defectors.   A defection broker reported to Radio Free Asia that when the Tumen River f…
French Organization’s Food Aid to North Korean Children 
Date : February 13, 2013
Radio Free Asia has reported that the French relief organization, Triangle Génération Humanitaire, is leading 4 food aid projects for North Korean children.…
Pyongyang's Rice Prices Drop 
Date : February 12, 2013
According to the Daily NK, North Korea's rice prices and exchange rates, which have been continuously increasing since last year, have dropped. The Daily NK's regularly …
European Parliament Resolution Backs COI 
Date : February 12, 2013
The European Parliament has given strong backing to the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry (COI) in to crimes against humanity in North Korea in an adopted resoluti…
Camp No. 25 Grows in Size 
Date : February 12, 2013
North Korean Economy Watch has reported for the second time in a matter of weeks of the possible extension of a political prison camp in the country. Camp No. 25 in Chong…
Kim Jong Eun’s Childhood to Feature in Textbooks 
Date : February 7, 2013
Radio Free Asia has reported that the North Korean authorities will put the story of Kim Jong Eun’s childhood in North Korea’s school textbooks from this…
Military Mobilization Limiting People's Movements 
Date : February 6, 2013
The increased military mobilization in North Korea in recent days has led to limits being placed on the movement of civilians. The restrictions of mov…
"Aprok River" Causes a Stir in North Korea 
Date : February 6, 2013
According to Radio Free Asia, the Chinese novel, "Aprok River," which is about the Korean War, is spreading rapidly in North Korea, and it is stirring up controversy amon…
Darusman Calls for a COI in New Report 
Date : February 6, 2013
Marzuki Darusman, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in North Korea, has called for the UN to instigate an investigation in to crimes against humanity …
Cell Phones Aiding the Spread of Information 
Date : February 6, 2013
As the number of cell phone users in North Korea is increasing, information is spreading rapidly in North Korea.   According to Radio Free Asia, the number of cell…
Increased Surveillance Along JSA 
Date : February 5, 2013
The world’s attention may have been focused on the increased surveillance along the Chinese in recent months, but the regime has also increased surveillance along the Jo…
IPCNKR Letter Urges COI Establishment at Human Rights Council 
Date : February 3, 2013
The co-chair of the International Parliamentarians’ Coalition for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights (IPCNKR), the Saenauri Paarty's Hwang Woo Yea, has sent let…
Overseas Officials Being Redeployed 
Date : February 3, 2013
Chinese trade sources have told RFA that North Korean trade officials are being redeployed to previous and other assignments in China in an unparalleled step by the a…
 
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