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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…
Increasing Number of Chinese Tourists in North Korea 
Date : February 15, 2013
Yonhap News reported that despite North Korea’s nuclear test, Chinese tourists are continuing to visit North Korea.Even with Kim Jong Il’s birthday coming soon (Fe…
U.S. Likely to Back Establishment of COI 
Date : February 14, 2013
Reports emanating from U.S. officials have suggested that the U.S. will back the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry into crimes against humanity in North Korea…
Easing of North Korea’s Guilt by Association Punishment 
Date : February 14, 2013
According to Yonhap News, Kim Jong Eun has given the order to ease the punishments given to those that might usually be affected by the guilt by association system. &nbs…
Will the Nuke Test Lead to Infertility and Abnormalities? 
Date : February 13, 2013
While the rest of the world is focused on the nuclear test itself, Radio Free Asia reported yesterday about the future impact of the North Korean authorities' third nucle…
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…
 
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