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Pastor’s family wins $330M case against North Korea

By Sophia Lee
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Human Rights | U.S. court orders Pyongyang to pay for abducting, torturing, and killing Kim Dong-shik

The hypocrisy of Indiana’s corporate critics

By Jamie Dean
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Religious Liberty | Apple, Eli Lilly, and others make billions in countries that oppress and abuse citizens, including homosexuals

Silent suffering

By Samen Feumba
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Lifestyle | Uncovering abuse at Muslim schools in Senegal

True lies

By Sophia Lee
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North Korea | North Korean escapee Shin Dong-hyuk has recanted important parts of his harrowing story, raising questions about what role trauma plays when it comes to…

North Korea releases American detainee

By Lynde Langdon
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North Korea | North Korea has released American detainee Jeffrey Fowle, who was arrested there nearly six months ago, the State Department said Tuesday. Fowle, 56, of…

Man challenges Belgium’s euthanasia law after mom’s death

By Andrew Branch
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Euthanasia | Tom Mortier is taking Belgium to Europe’s highest court for allowing doctors to euthanize his depressed mother and waiting to notify him until the next day.

Fleeing hell

Fleeing hell

By Daniel James Devine & Sophia Lee
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North Korea | North Korean defectors are shedding light on dark human rights abuses in their native land—and some are telling of the light they found

How do you solve a problem like North Korea?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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North Korea | As WORLD reported last week, special commission of the UN Human Rights Council has produced a damning report about human rights abuses in North Korea. The…

Blind Chinese activist gets a new beginning

By Jamie Dean & J.C. Derrick
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China | Chen Guangcheng starts a new chapter in the United States with fellowships at three ideologically different organizations

Double jeopardy

By Jamie Dean
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China | Arrested, tortured, and imprisoned in China, activist attorney Chen Guangcheng discovers escape to America can lead to more threats and intimidation

Tar bubbles and terrorism

By Mindy Belz
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Human Rights | Punishing crimes big and small can be life-and-death business

Prayer and politics

By Sophia Lee
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North Korea | A worldview split leads to sharp differences on how to fight oppression in North Korea

 
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