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N. Korean Defectors Celebrate Christmas

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North Korea, an atheist one-party state, does not allow celebrations of Christmas or other religious holidays. But, many North Korean defectors do mark the holiday, because they are rescued by Christian missionaries who convert them and bring them to South Korea. A Christmas service is not unusual in heavily Christian South Korea but most of the Durihana church members are North Korean defectors. In 14 years the church has rescued about 1,000 defectors, who flee through China to...

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