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North Korea's vice foreign minister Kim Kye Gwan said the North is open to resolving issues with the United States whenever and however after U.S. President Donald Trump called off a June summit with its leader, Kim Jong Un.

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President Trump decided to call off his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. Both sides had been optimistic about the possibility of reaching a historic nuclear peace treaty. But the North Koreans rejected calls to completely disarm. Ben Tracy reports. [Read More]
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Hard-liners won this round, sinking a nuclear deal with Kim Jong-un... [Read More]
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The scuttled summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was partly based on North Korea's "trail of broken promises," according to a White House official. The White House official noted that North Korea had backed off from a planned meeting with US officials, without prior notice. US officials reportedly said they "waited and waited and the North Koreans never showed up." President Donald Trump's seemingly sudden reversal on a planned summit with North Korea took some world leaders by surprise, but the White House insists it's North Korea's fault. "There... [Read More]
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When it comes to rhetoric about North Korea, U.S. President Donald Trump has been the master of both the bellicose taunt and soothing benevolence, often in close proximity to each other. Trump's duality on the reclusive communist pariah nation was on display again Thursday as he canceled the planned June 12 summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. On the one hand, Trump told Kim that he was "very much looking forward to being there with you." But then he said he was canceling because, "Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and... [Read More]
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Después de generar altas expectativas de una reunión sin precedentes con Corea del Norte, el presidente Donald Trump reventó esa burbuja. El retiro de Trump de un encuentro organizado al vapor con Kim Jong Un generó fuertes críticas y algunos elogios en Washington. Los detractores del presidente afirman que estropeó una delicada danza diplomática con Corea del Norte, corriendo el riesgo de incrementar las tensiones, indignar a aliados como Corea del Sur y hacer que China se vea menos dispuesta a incrementar la presión económica sobre Pyongyang. Pero algunos observadores que siguen de cerca a Corea... [Read More]
I read with great disdain that President Donald Trump ordered commemorative coins regarding his proposed (now canceled) meeting with North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un. He is using American citizens' dime to produce coins with his image on them. Apparently, Caesar lives. Remember what happened to the Roman Empire. John Bowers, SeaTac... [Read More]
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President Trump on Thursday sent a letter to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un canceling their highly anticipated summit on June 12 to discuss denuclearization. [Read More]
President Trump's decision to cancel a planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has left a sense of unease over the region's future that many had hoped wouldn't return after a tumultuous 2017.The cancela... [Read More]
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U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday called off a historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un scheduled for next month, citing Pyongyang's "open hostility," and warned that the U.S. military was ready in the event of any reckless acts by North Korea. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's cancellation of a summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un dashed hopes for a quick denuclearization deal Wednesday, but the door remains open for talks between the two countries. The meeting, planned for June 12 in Singapore, would have been the first ever between a US president and a member of the Kim dynasty -- the crowning moment of an extraordinary diplomatic partial-thaw unthinkable one year ago. The question now is what happens next. A return to Kim launching test long-range ballistic missiles in the direction of the United States and Trump threatening to rain "fire... [Read More]
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Dear Kim Jong Un: It's just not working out between us. Sorry. Hope we don't have to nuke you. Please call. On Thursday morning, President Donald Trump canceled his upcoming peace summit in Singapore with North Korea's leader with an open letter that veered between sentimentality and threats of nuclear war, leaving experts to puzzle over what will happen next. "We greatly appreciate your time, ... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's cancellation of a June 12 meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un has left many international leaders confused as they attempt to understand what comes next in discussions about nuclear disarmament. ... [Read More]
The summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was canceled, but we'll always have the coins. [Read More]
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Long week. Short List. The Trump-Kim Jong Un summit is a no-go, pay attention to those privacy changes on your phone and Jack Johnson gets his pardon. Today in #TheShortList        ... [Read More]
U.S. stocks ended down slightly on Thursday after President Donald Trump canceled a planned summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un and threatened to impose tariffs on auto imports, though losses were limited by gains in Netflix and General Electric. [Read More]
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The collapse of a scheduled nuclear summit makes it hard to avoid the conclusion that, on North Korea, President Trump didn't know what he was doing, CNBC's John Harwood writes. [Read More]
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Russian President Vladimir Putin, meeting with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, said Thursday that North Korea fulfilled its promises ahead of the canceled summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump did not inform South Korea and other US allies before pulling out of the highly-anticipated North Korean summit with Kim Jong-un on Thursday in an effort to avoid leaks, a report said. A South Korean official told The Wall Street Journal that Trump's announcement came "out of the blue" as the National... [Read More]
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The president had sought to deal with Kim Jong-un the same way he had handled real estate negotiations — with threats and flattery. It didn't work. [Read More]
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