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Historic summit on Magic Mountain

The leaders of South and North Korea finished their summit with a meeting on top of a volcano. Why is that such a big deal? And can symbolic acts like this help secure a safer future for the Korean peninsula? Paektusan, or mount Paektu on the Chinese-North Korean border is truly an impressive place, even if there are no world

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The Day the North Korean Leader Cried

Things have never been more difficult in North Korea. The leadership is really suffering under the new sanctions enforced by the USA. For proof, look no further than a video of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crying about his country’s terrible economy while surveying its coast. Japan’s Asahi Shinbun quoted a defector with contacts inside the country as describing

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EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Many North Koreans Curious About Christ So New Law is Introduced

In a small meeting of Chinese Back to Jerusalem missionaries last night, I was able to listen to the challenges, victories, and hardships of working inside of North Korea for the last year. They also shared about a new North Korean law that has been implemented because of the impact of Chinese Christians in North Korea. “It has been a

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North Korea talks, but why?

The last few months have seen some surprising developments on the Korean peninsula. ‘Rocket man’ Kim and ‘Fire and Fury’ Trump are preparing to actually talk, and so are Kim and Moon, the head of the South Korean ‘Puppet Regime’. What is going on?  Nobody can look into the head of the North Korean leader, but it is tempting to

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North Korea: Between the headlines in 2017

If it was King Jung Un’s ambition to dominate the international headlines for 2017, it seems he has been pretty successful. From the murder of his older brother Kim Jung Nam, to at least twenty rocket launches, another massive nuke test, a war of insults with Trump, the further purging of high-ranking officials, the escape of a malnourished and parasite-ridden

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A challenging gift (2)

Still not found the right gift? Or are you looking for a meaningful way to spend the dark winter evenings? We received several reviews of our books from Elisabeth Bell, a reader who has experience working in closed countries. We would like to share them with you, and hope they will give you some helpful ideas of what you could give

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