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The Hopes of NK ‘Black Market Generation’ 
Date : May 27, 2014
Yeon-mi Park reflects on her experiences as a North Korean refugee. As changes take place from “the bottom up,” Park expresses hope of returning to her home country one…
Shin Dong Hyuk Receives Honorary Doctorate 
Date : May 22, 2014
Shin Dong-Hyuk, a North Korean defector born inside political prison Camp 14 (Kwanliso), received an honorary doctorate degree from Dalhousie University.Dong-Hyuk gr…
100 Exiled for Foreign Content Exposure 
Date : May 14, 2014
According to the Daily NK, at least 100 Pyongyang citizens have been exiled to a rural part of the country after government investigators discovered that they had viewe…
Security Fears Rise on Bugs and Break-ins 
Date : May 14, 2014
North Korean state security have secretly raided and bugged residences along the border of China. This differs from normal North Korean method of operation of openl…
West Urges NK to Close Political Prison Camps 
Date : May 13, 2014
The U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva has examined the human rights record of the DPRK, an investigation it makes into each of its member states every four years./Pyong…
North Korea: the new generation losing faith in the regime 
Date : May 1, 2014
When North Koreans flee to China they risk severe punishment if they are captured by the Chinese authorities and repatriated to the DPRK. Despite its domestic censorship …
Class Conflict Rises in Potato Country 
Date : April 24, 2014
The presence of Central Party cadres at a cooperative farm in Baekam County, Yangkang Province has been causing unrest in the region due to their corruption and excess, D…
UN security council urged to target North Korean officials over atrocities 
Date : April 21, 2014
Michael Kirby, the head of the Commission of Inquiry into human rights violations in North Korea, recently called on the U.N. Security Council to slap tar…
UN panel to pursue Kim Jong-un on human rights abuses 
Date : April 17, 2014
The United Nations Commission will call for the Security Council to summon Kim Jong-Un's regime to the International Criminal Court. Senior Jurist and commissio…
How much longer will the North Korean regime last? 
Date : April 15, 2014
How much longer will North Korea's regime last?Do North Koreans really believe the government propaganda?Is there anything to miss about North Korea? Can North …
Senior Officials From Dismantled North Korean Department Demoted 
Date : April 15, 2014
Most officials from Jang Song Thaek’s government department have been demoted to the lowest ranks of North Korea’s Worker’s Party. The members of North Korea’s Admi…
100 People Questioned as Regime Controls Religion 
Date : April 10, 2014
North Korean authorities are carrying out additional investigations for 100 people upon possible contact with religious groups in China, according to the Daily NK.A Pyo…
North Korea Rejects U.N. Resolution on Human Rights 
Date : April 4, 2014
North Korea rejected a recent U.N. resolution urging the international community to take action against those responsible for human rights violations in North Korea. A r…
UN extends probe into North Korean human rights abuses 
Date : April 4, 2014
The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution urging the UN Security Council to take action against those responsible for Crimes against Humanity in North Korea and to…
Two arrested in Sinuiju Sting Operation 
Date : April 3, 2014
Two Korean-Chinese civilians in China, who are suspected of Christian proselytizing, were forcibly repatriated to Pyongyang, according to Daily NK.A source from the borde…
 
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