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Old 06-08-2010, 10:59 AM
robert_columbia robert_columbia is offline
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(not legal advice)

When I was a high school student in a public school in Virginia (1990's), one of the teachers shared what was presented as a North Korean propaganda book (primarily consisting of beautiful pictures of their country), entitled, I believe, "Pyongyang". I have no reason to doubt that it was an actually printed in North Korea.

I'm pretty sure that even the Cuban embargo includes an excemption on "Informational" materials (as a first amendment matter).

(please talk to a competent attorney before attempting to import from Cuba or any embargoed nation to the US)