CWN.org - The U.S., Russia and Asian are all keeping a wary eye on North Korea after it expelled U.N. weapons inspectors from its country this week.
The recent move came after the U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea for conducting a ballistic missile test.
Now, the Communist country says it will restart the nuclear program that it agreed to end in 2007.
North Korea is one of the most repressive countries in the world.
Its leader Kim Jong Il demands complete loyalty and lives a lavish lifestyle, while the people live in poverty.
Carl Moeller of the Christian human rights group Open Doors USA recently spoke with CBN News about the conditions inside North Korea.
He also talked about "North Korea Freedom Week" which takes place April 26-May 2 in Washington, D.C.
Events include a prayer service for North Korea, a rally on Capitol Hill and congressional hearings with defectors from North Korea.
Click play for more of his insight.