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North Korea Lied about Detention, Then Freed An Ki Ok 
Date : May 16, 2012
According to an Open Radio for North Korea  source, An Ki Ok,  a Korean traditional musician who settled in North Korea prior to the Korean war, had been held i…
North Korean Women Sold Into Slavery in China 
Date : May 15, 2012
Kim Eun Sun paid 2,000 yuan to have her family brought from North Korea into China. Once there she learned she had been sold as a bride to a Chinese farmer.  Accordi…
Missile case shows changing media conditions in NK: King 
Date : May 11, 2012
Robert King, US special envoy for North Korean Human Rights explains how North Korea's public handling of the recent failed missile launch is indicative of a wider change…
Corrupt Military Police Official Killed by Civilian 
Date : May 8, 2012
According to a source from Hyeosan, a military police official from the 10th corps of the North Korea Military Police in Hyeohwadong, Hyeosan City was killed in April a…
Labor-Training Camp Situation Getting Worse 
Date : April 25, 2012
The punishment for North Korean defectors has intensified since Kim Jong Eun issued the order: “Exterminate three generations of anyone who tries to defect during the mo…
The South Korean parted from his family for twenty years. 
Date : April 24, 2012
A recorded interview with Oh Kil Nam about bringing his family to the North in 1985. Dr Oh discusses why he left South Kore against his wife’s wishes, their life and r…
Kim Jong Eun's First Public Address- Imitation of Kim Il Sung 
Date : April 18, 2012
On April 15th, 2012, at 10:40 a.m, the first public speech of Kim Jong Eun- the First Secretary of the Korean Workers’ Party and leader of the North Korean regime, was d…
Forced Mass Mobilization for ‘Loyalty Singing’ Event 
Date : April 17, 2012
April 15th, 2012 marked the 100th birthday of Kim Il Sung, also known as the Day of the Sun. To prepare for the celebration to mark the occasion, North Korean women were …
Defectors to Be Expelled after Kim Il Sung’s Birthday Celebration 
Date : April 17, 2012
A large number of North Koreans who have attempted to defect may be expelled after the 100th anniversary of Kim Il Sung’s birth. Families of those who have attempted to …
Investigate North Korea's Gulag 
Date : April 4, 2012
By Jared Genser and Kristen Abrams. On April 3rd, the ICNK submitted a petition to to the United Nations calling for an investigation into the country's system of pr…
North Korea to Spend Billions in Coming Month 
Date : March 21, 2012
North Korea plans to spend an estimated $2 billon, about 30% of its annual budget, to mark the occasion of Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday. Sources say the North Korean regi…
Activists and Officials Plead for Action at UNHRC in Geneva 
Date : March 21, 2012
At the recent UNHRC meetings in Geneva, human rights activists and officials from across the globe have been working to condemn the actions of North Korea and pressure Ch…
The Repatriation of North Korean Refugees 
Date : March 12, 2012
With the repatriation of at least 50 North Korean refugees from China in the last few weeks, the international community has once again failed in the battle to save …
CECC Hearing on "China's Repatriation of North Korean Refugees" 
Date : March 7, 2012
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China held a hearing entitled "China's Repatriation of North Korean Refugees" on Monday, March 5."The Commission hearing will ad…
The Disgraceful Fate of the N. Korea Human Rights Bill 
Date : February 16, 2012
The North Korean human rights bill has suffered a long, ignominious fate in the National Assembly. Since getting the green light from the parliamentary Foreign Affairs, T…
 
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