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Tweet Follow me Voice of AmericaA South Korean Christian missionary confessed Thursday to trying to overthrow the North Korean government at the behest of Seoul. Kim Jung Wook is at least the third Christian evangelist being detained by North Korea, which views unauthorized religious …SKorean Missionary Jailed in North Seeks MercyABC NewsWest...

Tweet Follow me Fox NewsSEOUL – South Korea said Tuesday a North Korean warship strayed into South Korean waters late Monday, in the first reported maritime incursion of 2014. South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said a 420 metric-ton vessel made three …S. Korea’s Park seeks to reboot unification driveSin Chew...

Tweet Follow me BBC NewsA North Korean patrol boat violated a sea border with the South several times late on Monday, officials in Seoul say. The ship spent a few hours south of the border, nearing a South Korean border island, before returning after repeated warnings from the …North Korean Ship Strays Into South Korean WatersWall Street...

Tweet Follow me BBC NewsAbout 170 estranged relatives from North and South Korea are preparing to meet each other on Thursday for the first time in more than six decades. They are members of families that were separated after the Korean War. It is the first time in three years that …How North Korean tyrant Kim Jong-Un blew £386MILLION...

Tweet Follow me BloombergThe United Nations’ report on human rights in North Korea is a sickening document. It should give China’s leaders pause. Supporting the despicable regime of Kim Jong Un is not in their interests. North Korea’s chubby, basketball-loving leader invites …China says criticism of N Korea by UN unreasonableHindustan...

Tweet Follow me New York TimesHONG KONG — Chinese officials on Tuesday criticized a United Nations report that served notice to Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, that he may be personally held liable in court for crimes against humanity committed by state institutions and officials …‘Abundant evidence’ of crimes against...

Tweet Follow me The AustralianNORTH Korea runs a vast torture and extermination apparatus whose human rights abuses are comparable to those of the Nazis. That’s the finding of a UN Commission of Inquiry into North Korea, which recommended yesterday that the country’s dictator and …Life in a North Korean Labor Camp: ‘No Thinking...

Tweet Follow me NBCNews.comSEOUL, South Korea — An orphan who was caught trying to escape from North Korea told NBC News how he was “treated like an animal” in one of the country’s notorious labor camps. The head of a United Nations panel on Monday said atrocities committed …Can Cartoons Explain the Horror of North...

Tweet Follow me Telegraph.co.ukNorth Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, has been warned that he could face prosecution for crimes against humanity after a United Nations inquiry accused him of some of the worst human rights abuses since the Second World War. In some of the harshest …North Korea report: drawings reveal horrific scenes witnessed...

Tweet Follow me Sydney Morning HeraldStories from inside North Korea. Mr Kim Kwang-il, 48, spent more than two years at a prison in North Korea where he was tortured, starved and witnessed the deaths of fellow inmates, a United Nations report reveals. The UN on Tuesday released a damning …UN report catalogs North Korean ‘crimes against...

Tweet Follow me BusinessweekNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center front, inspects the command of Korean People’s Army (KPA) Unit 534, in this undated photo released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Jan. 12, 2014. Source: KNS/AFP/Getty Images.World must act on North Korea rights abuse, says UN reportBBC...

Tweet Follow me AFPSeoul — Defectors and activists welcomed Tuesday a UN-mandated inquiry’s searing indictment of gross human rights abuses in North Korea, but analysts questioned the international community’s ability to act on its recommendations. Pyongyang’s grim …UN letter to North Korean leader warns on-accountability...

Tweet Follow me Voice of AmericaSEOUL — A new United Nations report accuses North Korea of “unspeakable atrocities,” many of which amount to crimes against humanity. The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea is calling for an international tribunal to investigate …‘Abundant evidence’ of crimes...

Tweet Follow me Voice of AmericaA U.N. human rights inquiry has concluded North Korea is committing “unspeakable atrocities” against its people. The U.N.-mandated report says the North Korean government, with policies set at the “highest level of state,” has engaged in crimes against …UN’s North Korea report:...

Tweet Follow me ReutersGENEVA Feb 17(Reuters) – United Nations human rights investigators on Monday issued a damning report cataloguing massive human rights violations in North Korea that they said amount to crimes of humanity which should be brought to the International …North Korean human rights abuses systematic and unparalleled,...

Tweet Follow me Los Angeles TimesBEIJING — Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Friday appealed to China to rein in its North Korean ally and to ease its provocative territorial claims, but after a day of talks Beijing’s response was unclear. In meetings with President Xi Jinping and other top …UPDATE 3-Kerry says China willing...

Tweet Follow me TIMEFollowing a series of border talks held this week, South Korean officials said Friday that North Korea agreed to let families separated by the decades-old Korean War reunite sometime in February. On Wednesday, North Korean had officials threatened to …Koreas ease animosity, will hold family reunionsFox NewsKerry says China...

Tweet Follow me Voice of AmericaThe United States is now waiting for North Korea to respond after offering to send a special envoy to Pyongyang to help win the release of jailed American Kenneth Bae. Speaking anonymously, a White House official said the U.S. offered to send Ambassador …North Korea: Jailed man Kenneth Bae calls for US actionBBC...

Tweet Follow me USA TODAYReporters in North Korea saw the American held in a North Korean jail on Monday. Kenneth Bae apologized for crimes against North Korea’s government and asked for US help in getting released. (Jan. 20). Loading… Post to Facebook. Reporters in North …Kenneth Bae urges US to help secure his release in North...

Tweet Follow me ReutersSEOUL (Reuters) – Retired U.S. basketball star Dennis Rodman headed for a North Korean ski resort on Thursday after staging a match in Pyongyang for dictator Kim Jong Un’s birthday that has drawn the ire of human rights activists and some of his fellow …Rodman being used as doormat, not diplomat, say North...

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