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73) Indeed, the aid packages paid in the pre-2005 period were large enough to make "chain defections" easy, since the amount of money received by a defector as a lump sum (typically, about $12,000) was sufficient to pay for smuggling another family member and still left some money to survive the first few months in the South.
Japanese defectors from North Korea and their supporters called Monday for early enactment of a human rights law aimed at protecting and supporting escapees from the North, one of the supporters said.
Martin Nowak of Harvard University and his collaborators have now shown that for a wide range of game parameters and population sizes, a lone tit-for-tat player actually has a better chance of its descendants eventually taking over the entire population than any individual defector does.
The defector says Iraq's chemical and biological weapons research is being directed by a chemist and secret service agent, identified as Shaher Mahmoud al Jibouri.
Al Tellez, an editor for CBS News, said the network "expected the CIA to say" that the defector was lying.
But an Iranian dissident journalist said the defector was using an assumed name.
In the article, publisher Gordon Norrie said the story on handling defectors was simply good journalism.
This book has something of the air of an official history, which should come as no surprise given that one author is a journalist and former White House spokesman and the other a KGB defector who served as a consultant to the CIA for 30 years.
That unnamed defector was connected to North Korea's missile program, according to the report.
An ODM defector who lost an elective seat in Busia county captures the frustrations of his colleagues.
But he quit a year later as inter-Korean military tensions went into one of their regular upswings, and his co-workers began questioning the wisdom of having a defector working in a sensitive facility.
But perhaps the most consistent defector in Wales is Shadow Equalities Minister Mohammad Asghar.
A defector from the guard force protecting Ali Khamenehi says the Supreme Leader likes dirty jokes, fine horses and caviar, but does not use opium as many in the opposition like to say.
Her revelations, together with the explosive disclosures of her even more famous fellow defector Whittaker Chambers, would rock the world and strike a major blow at the Soviet Union's theretofore wildly successful penetration of the U.
A North Korean defector with knowledge of Pyongyang's clandestine activities will not testify at a Diet committee on Wednesday because some members of the ruling coalition oppose his appearance, lawmakers said Tuesday.