Eric Foley (co-founder of Voice of the Martyrs Korea) gave many interesting insights
A new report by the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom describes the North Korean government’s religious freedom violations as an “absolute denial of religious freedom”
Korean-Chinese Christian Jang Moon Seok, imprisoned in North Korea in 2014 for his Christian ministry, has spent his 2,000th day behind bars.
Eric Foley of Voice of the Martyrs Korea, which supports persecuted Christians in North Korea, explains why 2018 has been the hardest year for him in his work.
The summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un on 12 June has been closely analysed around the world for its implications for US/North Korean relations, for peace on the Korean peninsula and for human rights.
On 9 May, US businessman and missionary Kim Dong Chul was released, along with US citizens Kim Hak-song and Kim Sang-duk (also known as Tony Kim), who had also been detained in North Korea.
US missionary and businessman Kim Dong Chul has been moved from labour camp to a Pyongyang hotel.
A new report on human rights in North Korea has been launched by Christian Solidarity Worldwide.
On Sunday 13 August, Canadian pastor Hyeon-soo Lim (62) was welcomed home to Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, Ontario, and told the congregation about his two and a half years in labour camp in North Korea.
Canadian pastor Hyeun-soo Lim (62) was released on “sick bail” on Wednesday 9 August, after two and a half years in prison in North Korea.