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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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North Korea, which a decade ago admitted to kidnapping 13 Japanese citizens during the Cold War, is still snatching foreigners, families of Japanese victims said in Geneva...This is ongoing, Shigeo Iizuka, the chairman of the Association of the

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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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The North Korean leader's betrothed, Ri Sol Ju, appears for the first time in public in two months and may be sporting a baby bump! Friday, November 2, 2012, 4:25 PM Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service/AP North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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October 24, 2012 North Korea's notorious Camp 22, which by some accounts is the country's equivalent to the Nazi death camp Auschwitz, was reportedly shut down last month, but new satellite photos published Wednesday show that it is still open. It is

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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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In October 2002, Hasuike and his wife and fellow abductee, Yukiko, had stepped foot in Japan for the first time in 24 years after being abducted to North Korea. He had believed their homecoming was just a "temporary visit" back to Japan, based on

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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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The Daily Star Recent reports from North Korea about the new leader, Kim Jong Un, and his openness are tantalizing...However, any possible transition in North Korea is not likely to follow the patterns of Arab Spring. Granted, refugees report that

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Niigata :: Japan | over 1 year ago

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Hitomi Soga, one of five abductees repatriated from North Korea in 2002, took part in a signature-collecting campaign Sunday in her hometown on Sado Island to call for the return of other abductees who may still be alive in the reclusive state. Soga,

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Pyŏngyang :: North Korea | over 1 year ago

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Kim Jong Il admitted and apologized for the abductions on Sept. 17, 2002, during a meeting in Pyongyang with then Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. "Ten years has passed since North Korea admitted the abductions. It is very regrettable that Japan has

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Beijing :: China | over 1 year ago

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Jason Strother August 06, 2012 China is denying allegations that authorities tortured a detained South Korean human rights campaigner. Kim Young-hwan says he was beaten and electrocuted by Chinese police while in their custody. Seoul wants China to

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Seoul :: South Korea | over 1 year ago

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South Korea South Korea reiterated on Tuesday its demand that China investigate accusations by a South Korean activist that he was tortured by Chinese security officers. Following the assertions of the activist, Kim Young-hwan, the Foreign Ministry

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Seoul :: South Korea | almost 2 years ago

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China has released four South Korean activists who were held in March after interviewing North Korean refugees hiding there, a report said on Wednesday. The four are being questioned by South Korean intelligence officials in China after being

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