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North Korea, 1995: One of the few pictures that exist showing how poor a (great) part of Noth Korea is.

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In yet another batch of absurd news to come out of North Korea, the country’s infamous leader Kim Jong-Un has pulled a Grinch and stole Christmas from its citizens. (via giphy) Home to almost 25 million people, North Korea also boasts a variety of different religions ranging from Korean s...

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Remembering North Korea's Christian martyrs

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Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History

Many people died at the hands of the Communists when they came to power in China in 1949 and in the decades that followed. The second great genocide was a result of what was called the “Cultural Revolution” of 1966 to 1976 left millions dead or in prison camps. Read more at

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And think of the egotism of a deity that requires constant praise ... A despicable trait in a person - a celestial North Korea!

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Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History

Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History - When the Khmer Rouge overthrew the government of Cambodia in and established a Communist “utopia” in its place, its first act was to annihilate anyone it deemed to be an “enemy of the state”.

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Trump Threatens North Korea, Insults China In 140-Character Snippets

North Korea is officially an atheist state in which much of the population is nonreligious. North Korea sees organized religious activity as a potential challenge to the leadership. Traditionally religion in North Korea primarily consisted of Buddhism and Confucianism and Korean shamanism.

Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History

Between half a million and a million people out of Rwanda's total population of 8 million, died in a few weeks between April and June This article gives a brief account of how, and why and what role Western governments played.

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