Donald Trump steps onto North Korean soil in meeting with Kim Jong-un

Original article by Ally Foster
News.com.au – Page: Online : 1-Jul-19

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has praised Donald Trump for becoming the first US President to step foot on North Korean soil. The two leaders had met in the Demilitarised Zone that separates North and South Korea after Trump had extended a last-minute invitation to Kim for the two to meet. Trump stepped onto the northern side of the DMZ, while Kim also crossed the demarcation line between North and South Korea, setting foot in South Korea. It is the third time Trump and Kim have met, and the meeting has raised hopes that denuclearisation talks will continue.

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Trump, Kim meeting to herald changed era

Original article by Cameron Stewart
The Australian – Page: 1 & 8 : 12-Jun-18

Denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula will be a priority for the historic summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has indicated that Trump will accept nothing less than complete denuclearisation. The US in turn is expected to offer North Korea a range of as yet unspecific economic and security concessions, although they will be conditional on North Korea scrapping its nuclear weapons program. The two leaders will initially meet alone before being joined by their advisers.

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Trump calls off N Korea summit

Original article by Cameron Stewart
The Australian – Page: 1 : 25-May-18

US President Donald Trump has attributed his decision to withdraw from a summit with Kim Jong-un on 12 June to the "tremendous anger and open hostility" of recent statements issued by the North Korean leader. Trump described the cancelled summit as a "missed opportunity" in a letter to Kim, but indicated that he is open to proceeding with the summit if North Korea is prepared to do so. Trump also thanked Kim for releasing three US hostages.

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