Feb 23, 2018 · North Korea's cheerleaders arrive at 2018 Winter Olympics Filed under human trafficking , kim jong un , north korea , olympics , PyeongChang Games , winter olympics , 2/23/18 Share this article:
The North Korean famine (Korean: 조선기근), also known as the Arduous March or the March of Suffering (고난의 행군), was a period of mass starvation together with a general economic crisis from 1994 to 1998 in North Korea.. The famine stemmed from a variety of factors. Economic mismanagement and the loss of Soviet support caused food production and imports to decline rapidly. North Korea | Amnesty International UK North Korea is in a category of its own when it comes to human rights violations. It is a totalitarian state where tens of thousands of people are enslaved and tortured. All forms of freedom of expression are repressed and anyone attempting to assert their rights is crushed. Rare photos and facts of life in North Korea A gallery of images that give insight into daily life for the North Korean population. 10 Horrible Hidden Facts About North Korea Prisons - YouTube
Jun 18, 2017 · Despite being extremely secretive, North Korea suffers from a lot of criticism about the way it is governed. The dictator’s regime and the violation of basic human rights are just some of the reasons for this. Here are 15 facts about North Korea that will definitely come as a surprise.
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Aug 26, 2013 · 6 Electricity. The capital city of North Korea, Pyongyang, is something of a self-styled utopia reserved for the population’s elite. Armed guards patrol the borders to keep the lower classes from entering, and most of the residents of Pyongyang live in something approaching luxury—with a given value of “luxury” (maybe they don’t get enough food, but they at least get more than