A Chinese missionary living along the border with North Korea shared the gospel with and discipled to 1,000 North Koreans before being killed by assassins working for the Pyongyang government, according to a new report from Voice of the Martyrs.
President Trump became the nation’s first sitting chief executive to step foot on North Korean soil. The historic steps took place on Sunday, after President Trump initiated a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Young Un via Twitter. The two shook hands at the demarcation line before Trump crossed the border at Kim’s invitation.
North Koreans were “betrayed” by the failure of US President Donald Trump to include human rights provisions in his agreement with the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, following their historic meeting in Singapore, according to Human Rights Watch’s Asia Director, Phil Robertson.