The Assoicated Press killed a Photoshopped image over the weekend after an employee mistakenly put it on the wire. The photo originated with Korean Central News Agency, North Korea’s state-run media. It shows men walking through a flooded street, but they’re surprisingly dry. AP spokesman Paul Colford told me that unlike another Photoshopped image pulled from the wire last week, this one was detected quickly and wasn’t supposed to be distributed. But due to miscommunication at one of the AP’s bureaus, “it got on the wire inadvertently” Saturday night. The AP issued a “kill notice” early Sunday morning.