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Simon Cowell donates $25,000 to help shut down dog meat farms in South Korea

Simon Cowell might be a strict judge when it comes to singing and performing, but his love for dogs and animals makes him one of our most favorite celebrities. This multi-millionaire television judge and producer is also known as an animal rights advocate. Now dog lovers love him even more knowing that he has given a significant amount of money to the Humane Society International (HSI) which is a protection organization whose aim is to help all animals—including animals in laboratories, animals ...

On April 15, 2017 Pyongyang hosted the largest military parade in the history of the country, dedicated to the 105th anniversary of the birth of the founder of the DPRK, Kim Il Sung.

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An ordinary day in North Korea

See Pyongyang's answer to the Apple Store, videogames where Americans are the bad guys, and a picturesque waterfront for fishing - and watching missiles launch. Follow CNN's Will Ripley as he gets a rare glimpse of everyday life for the privileged in North Korea.

Stand face to face with a North Korean officer at the hard-guarded border. Visit an Olympic Medalist's apartment in Pyonyang, stand on the beach planned to be a tourist paradise and experience everyday life in the world's most closed country.

ABC News’ Bob Woodruff takes you on a rare trip inside North Korea as the country marks the 70th anniversary of its Worker's Party with a giant military parade.

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Ever wondered what North Korea looks like from above? Singaporean photographer Aram Pan flew over the North Korean capital with a 360 camera attached to the bottom of a microplane. Navigate the streets and landmarks of Pyongyang from this never-before-seen angle, in this exclusive 360 video.

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In this virtual-reality/360º video, see the sad reality across South Korea, as many as two million dogs suffer for months or even years being intensively bred on farms in small, metal, barren cages with little food or water, left exposed to the harsh elements. They receive no attention or veterinary care. Bred and raised for profit, they are eventually sold and slaughtered, usually by electrocution, for human consumption.

HSI is working with farmers who express an interest in leaving the cruel trade behind them to close down dog meat farms and fly the dogs to freedom in the USA, UK and Canada. Through a network of partner shelters, the dogs are prepared for adoption into loving homes. They serve as ambassadors to help raise awareness of this issue. Back in South Korea, we work with the farmers to help them move on, either by transitioning to new humane livelihoods such as water delivery or vegetable farming, or in the case of very elderly and infirm farmers, retiring from work. In both cases, permanently closing their dog meat farms saves not only the dogs we rescue at the time but also prevents many hundreds more from ever being born into the cruel trade in the future, while at the same time demonstrating to the Korean government that phasing out the industry is a feasible solution.

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