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October 21, 2019

[Photos] North Korean shipwrecks in Ishikawa Prefecture disturb locals

Kanamori Mitzo of Hakui, a village in Ishikawa Prefecture on Japan’s central-west coast, was tending to his seaweed harvest on a night in February...

The sacrifices of North Korea’s fishermen: What drives them out to sea?

According to the Japanese Coast Guard, a total of 104 North Korean ‘ghost ships’ washed up on Japanese shores in 2017, the highest number...
Residents wait to see detained family members at a Ministry of State Security office in a border region of North Korea

Intensifying crackdown on Christians in the Sino-DPRK border region

Editor’s comment: In the past, Pyongyang was a city with a significant Christian population, and was even referred to as the “Jerusalem of the...

Japanese fisherman call for stronger measures against illegal North Korean fishing vessels

  Yamatotai is located in Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), 300 kilometers west of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, and is considered a prime...

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