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A North Korean girl sings as her family have a picnic along the Taedong River in Pyongyang, North Korea on Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. The party in Pyongyang stretched into Monday as North Koreans took the day off to celebrate a major political anniversary and to revel in the unveiling of leader Kim Jong Il's heir-apparent, son Kim Jong Un. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Photo by: Vincent Yu
A North Korean girl sings as her family have a picnic along the Taedong River in Pyongyang, North Korea on Monday, Oct. 11, 2010. The party in Pyongyang stretched into Monday as North Koreans took the day off to celebrate a major political anniversary and to revel in the unveiling of leader Kim Jong Il's heir-apparent, son Kim Jong Un. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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