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North Korea

Trump’s UN speech is just a “dog’s bark,” top North Korean diplomat says

Ri Yong-ho’s remarks are North Korea’s official response.

US and allies drop bombs in Korea in show of force

America, South Korea and Japan participate in exercise designed to respond to North Korean saber-rattling.

Apocalypse No: Praying for the conversion of Kim Jong-un

On interreligious trip to visit Pope Francis, one South Korea bishop says he's hoping that the dictator to the north might one day choose a new path

Some North Koreans choosing Christ over Kim, despite persecution

Christianity quietly coming in through cracks, defector says

Guam, target of North Korea’s threats, has a majority Catholic population

Pyongyang's statements about mid-August plan met with pleas for calm and prayers.

South Korea tries to extend an olive branch to its northern neighbor

The South Korean new government proposes military talks to Pyongyang

How the Cross Led a Starving North Korean to America

Joseph Kim tells story of how underground Christians smuggled him to freedom

Persecuted Christians: Their Struggle Is Also Ours

God brings light and hope to those in darkness

What About the Other Korea, the One the Pope Didn’t Visit?

While the Pope brought light to South Korea, the North remains shrouded in darkness.

Pope Francis Leaves Korea With Message of Hope and Healing

Barbed wire from DMZ makes for poignant symbol at final Mass.

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