This propaganda monument of "Dear Leader" Kim Jong-Il by a countryside road, not far from the border to China, was deleted by authorities. North Korea required images of leaders be full body shots.
A stern looking North Korean guard by the Chinese border customs office. This image was deleted by North Korean officials.
By the border checkpoint next to the Tumen River, North Korean customs officials can play volleyball. Officials prohibited any photos of North Korean military bases.
Guards and custom officials by the border to China.
A woman and a man walking by the side of the road lined with cornfields. (All photos Johan Nylander/CNN)
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