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A Chinese paramilitary police man gestures for a photographer to stop shooting pictures outside the Nan Hu hotel where North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is believed to be staying after he arrived at Changchun in northeastern China's Jilin province on Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il was said to be traveling with his youngest son on a rare trip to China on Friday, re-igniting speculation the younger Mr. Kim will take over the reigns of the reclusive communist nation in coming years. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Photo by: Ng Han Guan
A Chinese paramilitary police man gestures for a photographer to stop shooting pictures outside the Nan Hu hotel where North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is believed to be staying after he arrived at Changchun in northeastern China's Jilin province on Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il was said to be traveling with his youngest son on a rare trip to China on Friday, re-igniting speculation the younger Mr. Kim will take over the reigns of the reclusive communist nation in coming years. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

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