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HHK Director Tim Peters sounds off in the New York Post on the worsening plight of North Koreans and defectors under Kim Jong Un
Life inside the surreal, cruel & sheltered North Korea By Maureen Callahan January 11, 2014 | 2:28pm North Koreans clean up in front of one of the 34,000 statues of Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il, while grandson … Continue reading
Life and death on margins of North Korea society –AFP (Korea Herald 8-25-2013) North Korea’s famine in the 1990s unleashed a Darwinian struggle for survival that swiftly eliminated many of the most vulnerable in an already sharply stratified society, a … Continue reading
(An excellent historical backdrop to and analysis of the current, and all-t00-familiar, logjam in negotiations between North and South Korea, written by Robert Collins, one of the world’s top experts on the inner workings of the North Korean regime.——Tim) July … Continue reading
The following remarks were given at the Seoul Press Center by HHK_Catacombs’ founder, Tim Peters on the occasion of the book release, entitled Persecution, co-authored by Pastor Peter Jung and Christian Activist, H.T. Kim on Thursday, July 25, 2013 “Two … Continue reading
Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial: “Plight of North Koreans persists amid posturing”– HHK’s rescue activities highlighted
As last week’s abortive meeting between the two Koreas illustrated, the region’s foreign policy often seems to be at the mercy of Pyongyang’s irrational whims. This week, North Korea was at it again, proposing high-level talks with Washington just a … Continue reading
The band, Ooberfuse, has released a new song about the North Korean situation today, April 15th – Vanish the Night – as a cynical marking of Kim il-Sung’s 101st birthday.
ICNK coalition member, HHK lauds UN scrutiny of rampant North Korean human rights abuses: COI is established
ICNK (21.03.2013) – The International Coalition to Stop Crimes against Humanity in North Korea (ICNK) today welcomes the establishment of a special, three-person UN Commission of Inquiry to examine rights abuses in North Korea by the UN Human Rights Council … Continue reading
Helping Hands Korea is profiled extensively in Melanie Kirkpatrick’s much heralded account of the network of volunteers, many of them Christian activists, that has sought to fill the vacuum created by governments and well-funded international agencies that have chosen to … Continue reading