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The taking of photos in North Korea is still tightly controlled, but you can always point your camera over the Yalu river, which forms the north-western border with China. From a gallery at the Atlantic:
Jacky Chen / Reuters
Reinhard Krause / Reuters
Damir Sagolj / Reuters
Aly Song / Reuters
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