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People look at 3G mobile phones in Pyongyang, North Korea, in December 2008. North Korea is loosening its restrictions on foreign cellphones and allowing visitors to bring their own phones into the country. The policy reverses a longstanding rule requiring visitors to relinquish their foreign phones at the border. (AP Photo/Xinhua News Agency, Zhang Binyang)
Photo by: Zhang Binyang
People look at 3G mobile phones in Pyongyang, North Korea, in December 2008. North Korea is loosening its restrictions on foreign cellphones and allowing visitors to bring their own phones into the country. The policy reverses a longstanding rule requiring visitors to relinquish their foreign phones at the border. (AP Photo/Xinhua News Agency, Zhang Binyang)

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