A rare look into the North Korean capital

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Our Correspondent Angus Walker has been given a unique tour of the capital of North Korea. It was part of an attempt by officials to show a new openness following Kim Jong Un's first public speech which surprised his own people and the world. He pledged to end hunger, a problem never previously acknowledged.

But our tour was confined to Pyong yang - while the remote rural areas remain out of bounds to westerners. Here's Angus's report