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To What Extent are Human Rights Being Violated in North Korea?

North Korea’s totalitarian regime restricts civil liberties and violates human rights through egregious crimes. Ruled by the manipulative, autocratic dictator, Kim Jong-Un, North Korea is the ultimate modern day dystopia. 2.230 weitere Wörter

Mansudae Grand Monument - North Korea

The Grand Monument on Mansu Hill (Mansudae) is a complex of monuments in Pyongyang, North Korea.

The central part of the monument are two… 124 weitere Wörter

Gallery

North Korean citizens are completely isolated from the outside world; nevertheless, they are exposed to an increasing influx of external information since the 90’s. It was due to a decreasing economic situation which forced North Korean citizens to travel inside and outside of the country for economical purposes.

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Articles

North Korea Tests Most Powerful Nuke Yet, Despite UN Sanctions

North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test on Thursday night was accompanied by an announcement that they now now have the ability to mount a nuclear warhead on a ballistic missile. 142 weitere Wörter

Features

North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test as Regime Celebrates National Holiday 

The governments in both South Korea and Japan convened emergency meetings to discuss the test.

TOKYO — Anna Fifield reports: North Korea conducted its fifth atomic test Friday morning, South Korean officials said, as Kim Jong Un’s regime continues to defy international condemnation of its nuclear and missile programs and waves of sanctions. 404 weitere Wörter

War Room

Breaking: North Korea Tests Fifth Nuclear Device

There is much speculation that a 5.3 magnitude earthquake close to North Korea’s nuclear testing site was not a natural event but an underground nuclear explosion. 111 weitere Wörter

International Relations

How to travel to North Korea

North Korea is possibly the strangest and most intriguing country on the Earth, because of its tight borders, oppressive regime and highly negative public image. There’ve been movies and countless documentaries, and the country has been the centre of an innumerable number of jokes and memes. 1.360 weitere Wörter

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