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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
Canadian National Broadcasting interviews Tim on HHK’s care of children of North Korean refugee women in China
CBC’s Anna Maria Tremonti follows up her interview with Shin Dong-hyuk, about whom the new best-selling book Escape from Camp 14 was written, by interviewing Tim on the rampant trafficking of North Korean women in China and HHK’s care for … Continue reading
“It is a painful thing to watch this outpouring of emotion for someone who has been one of the most terrible despots of the 20th and 21st centuries,” said Tim Peters, a Seoul-based American missionary who assists North Korean defectors … Continue reading
Charity founder calls for more help for ‘second wave’ of orphans in China:Korea Herald Daily Newspaper
Helping Hands Needed for N.K. kids Charity founder calls for more help for ‘second wave’ of orphans in China He was only 11 years old, but he was already fending, rather unsuccessfully, for himself. Separated from his North Korean mother … Continue reading
An 11-year-old North Korean boy living alone a half-demolished home in China was found nearly dead from food poisoning after eating food found in the garbage. His refugee mother was arrested by Chinese authorities and returned to North Korea, and … Continue reading
HHK Director and the Mrs. on the bridge over the icy Tumen River between China and North Korea in late December.We had coats and gloves, but the North Koreans in buildings and houses shown over our shoulders have threadbare clothing … Continue reading