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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will come face-to-face again in September, though an official date has not yet been released. The two are slated to meet in Pyongyang.
US President Donald Trump met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on Tuesday. The two leaders' relationship is likely to affect other countries. World leaders' reactions to the summit range from triumph to cautious optimism to disapproval.
South Korea’s president could join the US-North Korea summit, but he might end up stealing Trump’s thunder
As President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prepare for their meeting in Singapore on June 12, South Korea has reportedly indicated it might also join if an invite is extended to President Moon Jae-in.
Photo hints at the mood in the room as South Korean officials learned Trump canceled the US-North Korea summit
President Donald Trump's decision was most likely a major blow to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has been working to reestablish inter-Korean ties. He met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un less than a month ago, and the two agreed to work toward officially ending the Korean War.
‘We waited and waited’: White House says North Korea ghosted the US before Trump-Kim summit was canceled
A White House official said that North Korea had backed off from a planned meeting with the US officials without prior notice. The US representatives said they "waited and waited and the North Koreans never showed up."
Moon had visited Trump on Wednesday, and an official in his administration gave a 99.9% chance of the summit going through. Moon's journy to Washington was largely to prepare Trump for the summit just weeks before it was set to take place.
A new era of diplomatic relations with North Korea is on the horizon — here’s what’s happened so far
A lot has happened between North and South Korea in recent weeks. Here's what's going on.
President Donald Tr...
North Korea rips ‘denuclearization’ narrative from Trump with flashy, probably meaningless test-site destruction
Officials plan to destroy a nuclear test site in Wonsan in front of foreign media on Tuesday. The move represents denuclearization North Korea's way, meaning it isn't permanent, verifiable, irreversible, or complete.