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December 5, 2020

Speaking Out for NK Human Rights

SEOUL- Dynasty Hall of Seoul’s Shilla Hotel was in full action as the bipartisan North Korean human rights conference highlighted South Korea and the...

It is a New Concept for Private Individuals to Broadcast to North Korea

"This is Open Radio for North Korea, the freedom plaza, reconciliation palace, and hopeful voice." Open Radio for North Korea, a nongovernmental broadcaster to...

Washington’s N.Korea Envoy Urges Seoul to Act on Rights

The US special envoy on North Korean Human Rights on Thursday urged the South Korean government to be more proactive in bringing about greater...

Seoul Summit Calls for Action

SEOUL- On Thursday, December 8, 2005, Leaders of the North Korean pro-democracy movement gathered for a summit on the Hermit Kingdom, North Korea’s dismissal...

We will fight for the Collapse of the Kim Jong Il Regime as Long...

Much attention has been paid to the Free North Korean Solders Association recently since it challenged Kim Jong Il with an open letter to...

A nongovernmental radio broadcast beamed at North Korea sent its first program.

Free North Korea Broadcasting (Free NK) launched its radio program intended to promote North Korean democracy at midnight on the 7th of this month....

Political Prisoners Used as Martial Arts Targets

One day in April 1988, in Life Imprisonment settlement No. 22, we were conducting routine military drills when Lt MC Choi, my platoon commander,...

“1989 Pyongyang, Kim Il Sung City Pieced Together”

Within the last ten days of January 1989, we received permission to enter North Korea. We went from Los Angeles to San Francisco and...

Trademark Printery in Pyongsung is the Most Likely Place Where North Korea Counterfeits U.S....

A new claim has been made that North Korea counterfeits U.S. dollar bills in Trademark Printery in Samhwa town of Pyungsung City in South...

North Korean People Smuggle Out Metal Scraps Taken from Factory Facilities

It has been revealed that North Koreans near the China-Korea border areas often smuggle out metal scraps such as iron, bronze, and zinc taken...

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