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NEWS & UPDATES

  • Clouds float over the peak of Mt. Paektu in North Korea's Ryanggang province | AP Photo/David Guttenfelder

    NK NEWS BRIEF | Dec 19, 2014

    The full UNGA passed a resolution criticising NK's human rights by a large majority. A UNSC meeting on NK's HR situation is expected next week. ...

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    2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts that Give Back

    Still have holiday shopping to do, but aren't sure what to get for certain people on your list? We've made it easy with this gift guide, broken down by giftee-type, featuring a selectio...

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    Starting Fresh: A Conversation with Jin Kyung

    Jin Kyung escaped North Korea after experiencing her own modern-day Cinderella story. Her parents divorced when she was still young, and for a short time she lived comfortably with her ...

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    North Korean Refugee Stories: Meet Min Hyuk

    Min Hyuk has lived alone for nearly his entire life. He grew up in a fatherless home, having been told that his father passed away when he was young. Around age 7 or 8, his mother was b...

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    New Beginnings: A Conversation with Hae Jung & Sue

    Now safely resettled in South Korea, Hae Jung and her daughter are taking steps to acclimate to their new life. Hae Jung is working as a salesperson at a mobile phone company, volunteer...

  • The scarcity of fuel exacerbates the harsh winter months for ordinary North Koreans | Photo: Adam Dean/Reuters

    NK NEWS BRIEF | Dec 03, 2014

    The regime has banned parents from naming their children Jong-un, and those who already have the name have been ordered to register a name change....

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