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Video, Article, CBN News: 'He Set Himself Up as God': A Look at North Korea's Counterfeit Trinity
Suzanne Scholte and Han Ga Hee (North Korean Defector, Announcer and Sound Engineer for Free North Korea Radio), Testimony before House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations, “Protecting North Korean Refugees” Tuesday, December 12, 2017
One woman in Virginia has made it her mission to find people who have escaped North Korea’s totalitarian regime and can tell their story to inspire and liberate others.
Article, Wilberforce Speak Freedom Alert: North Korea Uses Tools of Mass Distraction at XXIII OlympicsNorth Korea Uses Tools of Mass Distraction at XXIII Olympics
Article, World Net Daily: From the darkness of North Korea, a secret gift
Interview, ACTON INSTITUTE POWERBLOG: Missiles, threats and sanctions: How should the United States respond to North Korea?
Article, BosNewsLife: Global Rescue Of North Korea Refugees Amid Nuclear Celebrations
On Thursday's edition of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, Sandy Rios guest host for Tony. In the first segment of the show, Congressman Jim Jordan joins Sandy to discuss the Russia investigation. In the third segment of the show, Mark Krikorian who is Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, joins Sandy to discuss Guidestar and the SPLC. In the fourth segment, Suzanne Scholte who is President of the Defense Forum Foundation and Chair of North Korea Freedom Coalition, talks with Sandy about Otto Warmbier and North Korea.
I confess that I have not yet been able to process what Otto Warmbier and his family have had to endure this past year and a half. His homecoming and death continue to haunt me and so many of my colleagues in the North Korea human rights movement. What is it that makes Otto so different from other Americans who have been held by this regime? ...
I wanted to report to you on the responses received from North Koreans regarding the special programs weprepare here in the United States for broadcast to North Korea on Free North Korea Radio (FNKR).
It is our great honor and pleasure to present to you the acknowledgements report for the 14th annual North Korea Freedom Week. NKFW’s success was a direct result of the many individuals and NGO leaders who make it happen and the powerful witnesses we hosted for the week. Honestly, it was very hard to proceed forward this year without our beloved co-chair, Kim Seong Min, founder and director of Free North Korea Radio. We found out not long before NKFW of his serious illness, and we ask everyone to continue to pray for his complete healing. Fortunately, Seong Min had already inspired and raised up a such tremendous delegation of leaders and eyewitnesses to participate in NKFW that everything went full speed ahead on the Korea side. On the USA side, we are very grateful to the many individuals and NGO leaders that hosted events, presented as expert speakers, and participated in the sessions that made their visit meaningful and successful.
North Korea has ramped up its campaign to control outside information in recent years, but several defectors now living in South Korea said the regime's censorship efforts are showing signs of wear amid increased penetration and discontent.
North Korean orphans are "tortured harshly" if it's discovered they're Christian, and the Chinese government is complicit is these atrocities, according to human rights activists and freedom advocates for North Korea.
On Sunday, it was revealed that a U.S. citizen had been detained in North Korea, becoming the third such American currently held in the country.
The distraught pleadings of the American college student sentenced to 15 years of hard labour in a prison in North Korea for “crimes against the state” are sobering when considering the details of what such punishment normally entails.