U.N. special rapporteur on North Korea says the prison camps “have been uppermost” in the concerns of the international community.
The homes are vacant despite a severe housing crisis.
The Swedish government through its embassy in Pyongyang helps obtain his release.
They say the government has broken its promise ensuring they keep almost one-third of the grain they produce.
A human rights expert says that North Koreans should be free to choose their leaders.
A newspaper shows photos of the dictator standing with the apparent aid of a walking stick.
The still-unregulated private system is quickly replacing the government postal service.