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[Photo] Mon voyage en Corée du Nord | IEP Mag Pour la première fois, la rédaction vous propose aujourd’hui un témoignage photo exclusif, étonnant et glaçant, réalisé intégralement en Corée du Nord (République populaire démocratique de Corée) et exclusivement pour IEP Mag par un étudiant de Sciences Po Strasbourg. Ce recueil de photos prises notamment à Pyongyang (à part mention contraire – la zone démilitarisée par exemple -) ne constitue pas en soit un reportage ni une analyse poussée de la situation en Corée ou de ses habitants mais bel et bien un témoignage de mon voyage d’une semaine en Corée du Nord. Après hésitation j’ai décidé de publier ce diaporama plutôt qu’un long article car il était parfois très difficile de décrire ce que je voyais. [Photo] Mon voyage en Corée du Nord | IEP Mag
A glimpse into the daily lives of North Koreans EDITOR'S NOTE _ Jean H. Lee, The Associated Press bureau chief in Seoul, and David Guttenfelder, AP's chief Asia photographer, have made numerous reporting trips to North Korea in recent years. They were granted unprecedented access on their latest journey to Pyongyang and areas outside the nation's showcase capital By JEAN H. LEE A glimpse into the daily lives of North Koreans
A glimpse of North Korea
A North Korean anniversary and debut
En Corée du nord, le bonheur c’est simple comme un sondage Du même auteur Après l’indicateur du bien-être lancé par l’OCDE, les enquêtes sur l’optimisme des Français, et l’indice du Bonheur National Brut préconisé par le roi du Bhoutan en 1972, la Corée du Nord a dévoilé son propre indice de référence.Lucide sur ses difficultés à rivaliser avec ses concurrents pour ce qui est des indicateurs économiques de référence, le dernier régime stalinien a choisi la stratégie du pas de côté en créant, un indice de référence du bonheur dans le monde.C’est la télévision nord coréenne (Chosun central TV) qui a récemment publié les résultats de cette enquête portant sur 203 pays. L’information a été relayée par plusieurs médias sud-coréens et chinois. La Chine est désignée « pays le plus heureux du monde », elle remporte 100 points sur 100. En Corée du nord, le bonheur c’est simple comme un sondage
Escaping North Korea — Photo Gallery — National Geographic Magazine
Exposing North Korea - Photo Essays
Footage offers glimpse of N Korea hunger crisis Footage offers glimpse of N Korea hunger crisis Updated Mon 10 Oct 2011, 8:08am AEDT Occasionally the veil is pulled back from the secretive state of North Korea and the world gets a glimpse of what life is like there. The latest snapshot is not good. New TV footage has revealed that North Korea is again facing failed harvests. The footage shows young children already suffering from chronic hunger and disease. It is understood the state has slashed food rations to just 200 grams a day.
Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) is the only full-time grassroots organization in North America devoted to the North Korean human rights and humanitarian crises. LiNK provides protection and aid to North Korean refugees hiding in China and, utilizing a modern-day underground railroad through Southeast Asia, rescues refugees and helps them to reach freedom. LiNK’s global grassroots movement works to redefine public perception on North Korea, shifting attention away from the politics and onto the people, and provides a way for concerned citizens to come alongside the North Korean people and help bring about positive change. Liberty in North Korea Liberty in North Korea
North Korea - a set on Flickr
By Holly Williams, Sky correspondent Food shortages are leaving many children in North Korea severely malnourished, with aid groups warning that some could face starvation without access to food. Rare pictures from inside North Korea show children suffering from acute malnutrition. In a hospital ward in South Hwanghae Province, emaciated toddlers are shown daubed with antiseptic, and attached to drips. North Korea: Children Face Starvation As Malnutrition Pictures Emerge North Korea: Children Face Starvation As Malnutrition Pictures Emerge
On the Spot with Kim Jong-il
Ordinary Lives in North Korea
Peering into North Korea
North Korea is one of the most secretive countries in the world. Most images of life in this state that are released in the mainstream media display military exercises and grandiose parades. British photographer Charlie Crane traveled to Pyongyang, the capital city, and obtained permission to photograph daily life in North Korea. Despite being chaperoned by a guide, Crane was allowed to photograph passers-by during their daily routine -- a rare glimpse into the lives of ordinary North Koreans. Crane says that the people living in this reclusive country are especially proud of the machinery manufactured in the state (watch out for the photo of a woman posing in front of a digger), and their buildings (the guide was especially excited about the shopping centers and sports arenas Crane photographed.) PHOTOS: A Rare Glimpse Into Daily Life In The Capital Of North Korea PHOTOS: A Rare Glimpse Into Daily Life In The Capital Of North Korea
Rare Pictures from Inside North Korea - Photo Essays
Recent scenes from North Korea
Tension in the Koreas Yesterday, November 23rd, North Korea fired scores of artillery shells at the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong, killing at least four (two soldiers, two civilians), wounding 18 more, destroying several houses, and setting numerous fires in one of the most serious clashes between the two countries in decades. North Korea claimed it was a response to earlier shells fired by South Korea - which the South acknowledged had been fired, but as an exercise, and not into North Korean territory. 70,000 South Korean troops were beginning an annual nationwide military drill called "Safeguarding the Nation" in the area, near the spot where a South Korean naval vessel was sunk in March, killing 46 sailors - which Seoul also blamed on North Korea. Tension in the Koreas
The Amazing, Decaying North Korea Fun Fair Check out these amazingly depressing photos from the Mangyongdae fun fair in North Korea! Taken by Alex Hoban of Vice Magazine (who did a great, biting writeup), they show a theme park in dangerous dis-repair… can you imagine getting on that roller coaster rusting away?! After waiting an hour for an attendant to bang some bolts back into place, Alex did it and lived to tell the tail. Known in some circles as the most amazing man in the universe, he once saved an entire family of muskrats from a sinking, fire engulfed steamboat while recovering from two broken arms relating to a botched no-chute wingsuit landing in North Korea. When not impressing people with his humbling humility, he can be found freelance writing, finding shiny objects on the internet, enjoying the company of much-appreciated friends and living out his nomadic nature. The Amazing, Decaying North Korea Fun Fair