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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 14/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. Three North Koreans sit at the side of the highway between Wonsan and Pyongyang.  Many people in the country find themselves with nothing to do after being assigned obsolete careers by the state to lower unemployment figures. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
 16/04/2012. Kaesong, DPRK. A North Korean child pleads with an angry motorist after a collision involving a motor cycle and a bicycle. Photo credit : James Gourley
 17/04/2012 Panmunjon, DPRK.  Korean soldiers from both the South and North stand guard on the demarcation line in the joint security area in Panmunjom which has separated the Korean peninsula since 1953 when the Korean war was ended with an armistice, but no peace treaty. Photo credit : James Gourley
 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean man dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang metro guard looks along the platform at a station as a train nears.  The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens.  Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Three children walk along a poorly maintained road in Pyongyang, capital of North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 13/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. A group of North Korean pre-school children look out of a window to try and catch a glimpse of western tourists visiting the Chosan cooperative farm. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang citizen looks down a train carriage which carries a portrait of the country's leader, Kim Jong-il and his father Kim Il Sung.  The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens.  Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK.A North Korean sailor looks out at the Taedong river in Pyongyang from a pleasure boat. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 19/04/2012. Hamhung, DPRK. A North Korean child pretends to look at western visitors through binoculars at the Dongmong cooperative farm on the outskirts of the city of Hamhung. The Hamhung region has only been open to visitors for two years, so most locals have never seen foreigners. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A young girl introduces a performance at the Mangyongdae Children's Palace in Pyongyang to an audience of parents, party officials, and tourists.  The children's palace is a centre where the country's most academic and athletic students come to perfect their skills. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 17/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman shows her joy after stepping off a ride at the Kaeson Youth Park in Pyongyang. The modern theme park has several rides which were designed and built in Italy before being sent to North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 16/04/2012. Wonsan, DPRK. A group of Korean People's Army recruits laughing in Wonsan Main Square after a western visitor attempted to introduce himself to one of them. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Korean People's Army soldiers wave at Pyongyang citizens who were lining the street of Pyongyang to greet them during a military parade on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Celebratory fireworks as part of the celebrations in honour of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday seen from a dark street in Pyongyang on April 15th. Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. North Korean school children take part in a performance at the School Children's Palace in Pyongyang on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Thousands of volunteers perform synchronised dancing as part of the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang.  The 100,000 performers train for up to three years before being ready to perform at the event which takes place nightly for around two months in summer each year. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 14/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. Three North Koreans sit at the side of the highway between Wonsan and Pyongyang.  Many people in the country find themselves with nothing to do after being assigned obsolete careers by the state to lower unemployment figures. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 14/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. Three North Koreans sit at the side of the highway between Wonsan and Pyongyang. Many people in the country find themselves with nothing to do after being assigned obsolete careers by the state to lower unemployment figures. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
 16/04/2012. Kaesong, DPRK. A North Korean child pleads with an angry motorist after a collision involving a motor cycle and a bicycle. Photo credit : James Gourley
16/04/2012. Kaesong, DPRK. A North Korean child pleads with an angry motorist after a collision involving a motor cycle and a bicycle. Photo credit : James Gourley
 17/04/2012 Panmunjon, DPRK.  Korean soldiers from both the South and North stand guard on the demarcation line in the joint security area in Panmunjom which has separated the Korean peninsula since 1953 when the Korean war was ended with an armistice, but no peace treaty. Photo credit : James Gourley
17/04/2012 Panmunjon, DPRK. Korean soldiers from both the South and North stand guard on the demarcation line in the joint security area in Panmunjom which has separated the Korean peninsula since 1953 when the Korean war was ended with an armistice, but no peace treaty. Photo credit : James Gourley
 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean man dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean man dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang metro guard looks along the platform at a station as a train nears.  The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens.  Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang metro guard looks along the platform at a station as a train nears. The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Three children walk along a poorly maintained road in Pyongyang, capital of North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Three children walk along a poorly maintained road in Pyongyang, capital of North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 13/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. A group of North Korean pre-school children look out of a window to try and catch a glimpse of western tourists visiting the Chosan cooperative farm. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 13/08/2011. Wonsan, North Korea. A group of North Korean pre-school children look out of a window to try and catch a glimpse of western tourists visiting the Chosan cooperative farm. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang citizen looks down a train carriage which carries a portrait of the country's leader, Kim Jong-il and his father Kim Il Sung.  The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens.  Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A Pyongyang citizen looks down a train carriage which carries a portrait of the country's leader, Kim Jong-il and his father Kim Il Sung. The Pyongyang metro is one of the deepest in the world, buried at around 100m below the city surface, every station doubles as a bomb shelter for citizens. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK.A North Korean sailor looks out at the Taedong river in Pyongyang from a pleasure boat. Photo credit : James Gourley
16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK.A North Korean sailor looks out at the Taedong river in Pyongyang from a pleasure boat. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 19/04/2012. Hamhung, DPRK. A North Korean child pretends to look at western visitors through binoculars at the Dongmong cooperative farm on the outskirts of the city of Hamhung. The Hamhung region has only been open to visitors for two years, so most locals have never seen foreigners. Photo credit : James Gourley
19/04/2012. Hamhung, DPRK. A North Korean child pretends to look at western visitors through binoculars at the Dongmong cooperative farm on the outskirts of the city of Hamhung. The Hamhung region has only been open to visitors for two years, so most locals have never seen foreigners. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A young girl introduces a performance at the Mangyongdae Children's Palace in Pyongyang to an audience of parents, party officials, and tourists.  The children's palace is a centre where the country's most academic and athletic students come to perfect their skills. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 11/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. A young girl introduces a performance at the Mangyongdae Children's Palace in Pyongyang to an audience of parents, party officials, and tourists. The children's palace is a centre where the country's most academic and athletic students come to perfect their skills. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
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 17/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman shows her joy after stepping off a ride at the Kaeson Youth Park in Pyongyang. The modern theme park has several rides which were designed and built in Italy before being sent to North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley
17/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman shows her joy after stepping off a ride at the Kaeson Youth Park in Pyongyang. The modern theme park has several rides which were designed and built in Italy before being sent to North Korea. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 16/04/2012. Wonsan, DPRK. A group of Korean People's Army recruits laughing in Wonsan Main Square after a western visitor attempted to introduce himself to one of them. Photo credit : James Gourley
16/04/2012. Wonsan, DPRK. A group of Korean People's Army recruits laughing in Wonsan Main Square after a western visitor attempted to introduce himself to one of them. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
16/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. A North Korean woman dressed in traditional Korean clothing hides her face from a photographer (third from left) whilst waiting in shade on their way to a celebration as part of the three day holiday for the centenary of the DPRK's founder Kim Il Sung's birth. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Korean People's Army soldiers wave at Pyongyang citizens who were lining the street of Pyongyang to greet them during a military parade on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Korean People's Army soldiers wave at Pyongyang citizens who were lining the street of Pyongyang to greet them during a military parade on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Celebratory fireworks as part of the celebrations in honour of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday seen from a dark street in Pyongyang on April 15th. Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. Celebratory fireworks as part of the celebrations in honour of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday seen from a dark street in Pyongyang on April 15th. Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
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 15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. North Korean school children take part in a performance at the School Children's Palace in Pyongyang on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
15/04/2012. Pyongyang, DPRK. North Korean school children take part in a performance at the School Children's Palace in Pyongyang on April 15th, the centenary of the birth of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (North Korea) founder, Kim Il-Sung who died in 1994 but remains the country's 'eternal president'. Photo credit : James Gourley
 � Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Thousands of volunteers perform synchronised dancing as part of the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang.  The 100,000 performers train for up to three years before being ready to perform at the event which takes place nightly for around two months in summer each year. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
� Licensed to London News Pictures. 10/08/2011. Pyongyang, North Korea. Thousands of volunteers perform synchronised dancing as part of the Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang. The 100,000 performers train for up to three years before being ready to perform at the event which takes place nightly for around two months in summer each year. Photo credit : James Gourley/LNP/
 Do not use without permission of James Gourley
Do not use without permission of James Gourley
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