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B. 2017-07-22 North Korean boomerang defector said life in South was 'hell' North Korea
2017-03-06 Malaysia and N Korea in tit-for-tax exit bans Malaysia
D. 2013-12-14 N Korea 'summons people from China' China
E. 2012-02-27 S Korea in resolution on North refugees South Korea
F. 2011-09-13 Possible N. Korean defectors sail to Japan Ishikawa, Japan
G. 2004-07-26 N Korean defectors flown to Seoul South Korea
H. 2002-10-14 Kidnapped Japanese arrive home Japan
I. 2002-09-10 North Koreans allowed to leave China Beijing

Malaysia and N Korea in tit-for-tax exit bans
North Korean boomerang defector said life in South was 'hell'
Jul. 22
  Lim Ji-hyun, 26, fled to South Korea, gained celebrity status there and then returned to Kim Jong Un's dictatorship
Mar.6
  North Korea and Malaysia have banned each other's citizens from leaving their countries, in a growing row over the killing of Kim Jong-nam



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Dec.14
  North Korean business people are being recalled from China following the execution of top official, Chang Song-thaek


year 2012 Top ^

Feb.27   S Korea in resolution on North refugees
  South Korea: South Korea's parliament has passed a resolution demanding that China stops the repatriation of North Korean refugees


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Sep.13 Possible N. Korean defectors sail to Japan Map of Ishikawa Japan
  Coast Guards found a small wooden boat drifting off Japan's western coast with 9 men, women and children on board


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Mar.31 NKorea defector touts ideology over force
  Washington: Hwang Jang-yop, North Korea's highest-ranking defector said 'deological warfare,' not military action, would help topple the regime of Kim Jong Il

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Jul.26 N Korean defectors flown to Seoul
  South Korea: More than 200 refugees have been flown from an unnamed third country

year 2002 Top ^

Oct.14 Kidnapped Japanese arrive home
  5 Japanese nationals who were abducted by North Korean agents in the 1970s have arrived for a short visit Sep.10 North Koreans allowed to leave China
  Beijing: A group of 15 asylum seekers spent more than a week holed up in a German diplomatic compound Sep.8 Family reunion meeting place to set up
  South Korea: The agreement was reached during 3 days of talks between the Red Cross chiefs of the two Koreas Sep.3 Asylum-seekers storm compound  Beijing: 15 North Korean nationals climbed over a wall surrounding German diplomatic compound Aug.19 'Boat people' in mass defection  21 family members has arrived in South Korea after spending two days on a fishing boat May.21 North Koreans 'granted asylum'  Beijing: The Philippines will provide transit facilities for 5 refugees who were seized by Chinese police Apr.28 Tears as Korean relatives are reunited  Hundreds of elderly relatives were reunited for the first time since the Cold War divided the peninsula Mar.14 North Koreans storm Spanish embassy  Beijing: 25 refugees are seeking political asylum and threatening suicide if they are sent back

year 2001 Top ^

Sep.17 Koreas agree to family reunions  On 16-18 October will be resumed reunions of families separated since the Korean War Jun.28 Refugee family leaves Beijing  7 North Korean refugees holed up in a UN office for 3 days have left for a third country Jun.26 North Korean family seeks asylum  Beijing: Officials from the North Korean embassy in Beijing seek access to refugee family of 7, ranging in age from 15 to 69

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.30 Korean families reunite  South Korea: Dozens of North and South Korean relatives were reunited in the 2 Korean capitals


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