North Korea's Kim Jong Un has given Pyongyang residents lucky enough to be able to get to the zoo a special treat in the form of an exotic new addition: Dogs!
Traffic Officer, Pyongyang, North Korea 2008 Mark Edward Harris (b.1958, United States) began his professional photography career after receiving his Masters Degree in Pictorial/Documentary History from California State University, Los Angeles. Show More Summary
John Short, 75, was arrested last month for distributing Bible tracts in Pyongyang on Kim Jong Il's birthday.
North Korea has asked the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for assistance to counter a recent outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in the Pyongyang pig factory, Dokdong-ri, Sadong, P'Yongyang-Si.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — A South Korean Baptist missionary who was arrested more than four months SKorean Missionary Jailed In North Seeks Mercy - -
The Bronx Zoo has Siberian tigers. The San Diego Zoo has pandas. The Central Zoo in Pyongyang now has Yorkshire terriers. Read more...
(PYONGYANG, North Korea) — A South Korean Baptist missionary who was arrested more than four months ago for allegedly trying to establish underground Christian churches in North Korea told reporters Thursday he is sorry for his “anti-state” crimes and appealed to North Korean authorities to show him mercy by releasing him from their custody. Show More Summary
North Korea on Wednesday appealed to the United Nations for help with an outbreak of foot and mouth disease among the country’s livestock, as it failed to respond to offers of help from its estranged neighbor South Korea. Pyongyang made its request to the U.N. Show More Summary
Activist seeks Silicon Valley's help to improve care packages to his countrymen.
US Army expected to scale back its annual exercise with South Korea, due to conciliatory steps by Pyongyang.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A year ago, North Korea vowed nuclear attacks to retaliate for U.S.-South Korean war games. But the start Monday of this year's joint military drills comes as Pyongyang allows wrenching reunions of elderly Koreans separated since the Korean War.
Pyongyang, North Korea (LiveActionNews) — Yesterday’s United Nations Report on the human rights abuses in North Korea unveiled a level of depravity and cruelty unparalleled in modern society. The 36 page initial report and 372 page report of detailed findings also revealed the systematic murder and persecution of society’s most vulnerable – the unborn and the […]
John Short, a Christian missionary traveling to North Korea for his second visit, has been arrested in the rogue country’s capital Pyongyang, his family says. The 75-year-old was traveling on a regular tour group at the time of his detention. Show More Summary
The 75-year-old Australian is the second foreign Christian missionary to be held by North Korea.
John Short was arrested by Pyongyang's public security bureau on Sunday, his wife told the Adelaide Advertiser.
We knew it was coming out today. A UN report on North Korea’s human rights abuses. We knew it was going to show horrific treatment of dissidents and others. North Korea condemned it before it was released. Perhaps because Pyongyang knew what it would contain would be bad stuff. Really bad stuff.
As a UN panel accuses Pyongyang of committing crimes against humanity, we ask what the international community will do.
A hard-hitting United Nations report to be released today is expected to contain hundreds of pages of details of the horrors people have suffered under the North Korean regime—and call for those behind the "unspeakable atrocities" to be punished. The report, which follows a yearlong investigation, details crimes including...