North Korean Famine (1994) | North Korea Children are dying. Everyone felt the impact of the famine, but those who are further from the capital suffered greater. Food assistance was given by the United States, Japan, South Korea, China and other European Union countries, which continued until 2002 when the North Korean government requested to stop the deliveries of these food supplies.
Christopher Hitchens - "Nobody knows how many North Koreans have died or are dying in the famine�some estimates...". death, 1997, propaganda, famine, aid, kim-il-sung, kim-jong-il, north-korea, 1995, 1996, 1998, north-korean-famine
Award-Winning Author It all started with a curse. When Woong’s hunger drives him to steal the fancy meal set out by his superstitious mother, he invokes a shaman’s wrath. Soon afterwards, a flood ravages his home, ripping him from his parents and hurtling him into street life during the catastrophic North Korean famine of the 1990s....
The Dangers of the Coming North Korean Famine - The U.N.'s annual crop assessment for North Korea will shortly be published and will show that drought early this summer seriously damaged the crop so that the harvest will drive the country, always on the edge of starvation, ever deeper into nutritional disaster. And it is unlikely a diplomatically and militarily weak America retreating from world leadership is in any position to do much about it.