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Yong-Wha Kim

From Sunday service to a congressional briefing, the many events will continue to inform the American public

The North Korean Freedom Week, which has been held annually for the liberation and free unification of North Korean compatriots, began its official schedule on Sunday with a Sunday worship service at the New Hope Bible Church. In particular, the chairman of the North Korean Refugee Human Rights Association, Kim Yong-hwa vividly conveyed the fierce process of defection through his testimony, and asked for prayers for the immediate return of Koreans who are still suffering from North Korea.

▲Samulnori (traditional Korean percussion) Worship Team Basileia during Opening Ceremony. ⓒⓒ PMF Hosting Committee

Pyeongchang Music Festival “Let the Whole World Sing”

On February 23, Pyeongchang Music Festival was held with the theme 'Let the Whole World Sing' at the Gangneung Central Methodist Church near Gangneung Ice Arena. It was convened two days before the closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Games is held.

Hyeon Soo Lim

'God Gave Me Strength to Overcome Each Day's Difficulties': Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim Returns Home

After two years, six months, and nine days of absence, Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim returned to the pulpit of Light Presbyterian Church in Toronto during its Sunday service on August 13, and greeted the congregants. Lim then expressed gratitude toward Christians all over the world who had prayed fervently for his release, as well as toward the government leaders in Canada who had gathered their efforts to bring him home.

TJWG North Korea map

Human Rights Group Maps North Korea's Killing Sites and Brutalities

While for many years, human rights advocates and defectors from North Korea have decried a lack of concrete data on the abuses perpetrated by the regime, a recent report published on July 19 presented some findings that the group hopes will help further efforts to keep the North Korean government accountable.

Mosul

Mosul Freed from ISIS, Yet Humanitarian Concerns Remain

While the Iraqi government celebrated as its Prime Minister officially declared victory over ISIS in Mosul on Monday, many humanitarian groups expressed concern that much still remains to be done in addressing the war crimes and displacement that occurred.

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