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  Staff members from a boat restaurant on the Taedong River line up at the entrance as they wait to greet customers June 18, 2017, in Pyongyang. The boat is berthed along the river, which is the fifth longest river on the Korean Peninsula and runs through the country's capital.   A Korean People's Army (KPA) soldier gestures as he stands before the military demarcation line separating North and South Korea, before South Korea's 'Freedom House' (rear C) at the Joint Security Area (JSA) near Kaesong, June 4, 2017.  Men push their bicycles past the portraits of late North Korean leaders Kim Il-Sungand Kim Jong-Il on Kim Il-Sung square in Pyongyang, June 4, 2017.   North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un at a photo session with the participants in the 8th Congress of the Korean Children's Union in Pyongyang, June 6, 2017.   An elderly woman follows behind children pushing their bicycle at the end of a work day in Pyongyang, June 13, 2017.   A farmer transplants rice seedlings in a field in Pyongyang, June 13, 2017.   Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman arrives at Sunan International Airport June 13, 2017, in Pyongyang.   People watch a screen showing news coverage of the Pukguksong-2 missile rocket launch at a public square in central Pyongyang May 22, 2017.  People attend the 20th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair in Pyongyang, May 22, 2017. Countries participating in the fair include Belarus, China, Iran, Italy, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Cuba   This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 22, 2017 shows North Korean ground-to-ground medium-to-long range strategic ballistic missile Pukguksong-2 being launched in a test-fire.

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North Korea tourism: US to ban Americans from visiting

Pyongyang There has been movement towards a ban for a while in the US, which increased with the Warmbier death. In May, two congressmen introduced the North Korea Travel Control bill to cut off the foreign currency the country earns from American tourists. The House foreign affairs subcommittee is scheduled to take up the draft legislation on 27 July but it would still have to go to the Senate. So there could be an executive order. Apart from the treatment of Americans in North Korea, tension has been increasing over Pyongyang's nuclear programme. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTake a tour of the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea This month North Korea announced it had successfully tested what it said was its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) , the latest in a series of tests in defiance of a UN ban. Its range has been disputed, but some experts said it could reach Alaska. The US and South Korea then conducted a ballistic missile drill and issued a stark warning to the North . Some are suggesting the US is using the date the ban is set to be announced - 27 July - to cloud North Korea's Victory Day on the same day. North Korea only relaxed its rules for American visitors in 2010.

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