Najin

Najin

 

a city and port in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is located on the northeastern coast of the Korean Peninsula, in naturally formed, ice-free Najin Bay in the Sea of Japan, in North Hamgyong Province. Population, 38,500 (1962). The shipbuilding and food-processing industries are located there.

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He is an animal that is showing the will to live" Ngulu told Reuters at the conservancy, as he struggled to walk in his pen while his companions Najin, 27, and 17-year old Fatu played in the mud a short distance away.
The only northern white rhino eggs in the world can only be implanted on the two live females at Ol Pejeta - Najin and Fatu - who are 28 and 17 years old respectively.
There are two other white rhinos left in the world -- a female named Najin and daughter Fatu, both also living at the conservancy in Kenya.
Residing at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya with the only other living Northern White Rhinos, two females namely Fatu and Najin, Sudan made headlines worldwide when, in an effort to raise funds for the conservation of the sub-species, dating app Tinder named him the 'most eligible bachelor in the world'.
Sudan, Najin and Fatu live with a constant armed guard to protect them from ivory poachers but the fate of their kind is sealed regardless.
Sudan is one of the three remaining Northern white rhinos is the world, along with females 17-year-old Satu and 27-year-old Najin.
Reem Al Amiri with Najin (right) at Dubai International Airport
Debra White Plume, or Wioweya Najin Win (Oglala Lakota), is a founder of Owe Aku, or Bring Back the Way, an organization dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of the Lakota way of life, and the protection of treaty rights, human rights, ancestral lands, and water.
In 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union and termination of subsidized trade arrangements with Russia, other former Communist states, and China, North Korea announced the creation of a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the northeast regions of Najin (sometimes rendered "Rajin"), Chongjin, and Sonbong.
THE STORY: Najin Han, a head-strong young woman born in 1910 to an aristocratic Korean family, feels stifled within her father's strict, traditional household.
According to Russian estimates, the establishment of a rail line connecting Najin and the TSR could yield up to $1 billion in transit fees annually.
According to So Dongman, a professor at Sangji University of South Korea and a former high-ranking official at South Korea's National Intelligence Service, China is expected to invest $5 billion over five years from 2006 in five places, including in Musan for iron ore development and in Najin for port development.