Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Tech. director reveals third network for elites' use; says cellphones unlikely to spark revolution
Past treatment of Soviet, Cambodian atrocity survivors highlights dangers of disregarding defector's stories
Pyongyang kidnapped my father more than four decades ago; S. Korea has been of little help bringing him back
S. Korean has sacrificed family, career and health to free his father, victim of a 1969 plane hijacking
Hacker replaced the homepage of the sites with images, front cover of UN human rights report
A promised resolution of a long-standing issue gives way to its fossilization
The North can be divided into Pyongyang and Regional republics, with the former getting the best health care
Isreali law group looking to recoup $330m in damages awarded by U.S. court over abduction 15 years ago
Cereal imports from China show small increase, though totals remain far below those of previous years
North lacks suitable care for mentally ill; existing facilities seem to make problems worse
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