UNICEF and Red Cross say they don’t yet known when they can return but are pushing to deliver much-needed assistance
Escapees welcome move to raise awareness about DPRK issues but express concern day could be politicized
Channel will ‘inform’ public about DPRK as ministry pivots from promoting dialogue to drawing attention to human rights
Julie Turner says US is willing to discuss its own record with Pyongyang and responds to DPRK criticism of her work
ROK court convicts three South Koreans for spying for DPRK and accepting cash during period of inter-Korean detente
Experts welcomed move which means NGOs can more easily conduct educational programs and peacebuilding efforts in DPRK
While state media has slammed Julie Turner in previous statements, activists say this rhetoric was particularly harsh
Chun Ki-won founded Durihana school for DPRK escapees, where he abused five students over the course of seven years
South Korea imposed six fines for violations of exchange act in 2023, which expert says could impact civilian channels
Specialists say KN-23 missiles were DPRK-made but expert warns against drawing conclusions on their operational effects
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