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The offer by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un came with a caveat. He would permanently dismantle his country's main nuclear site, but only if only if the United States makes concessions first. President Trump called the developments part of "tremendous progress" in outreach to Kim's regime yet made no new commitments. Kim's announcement did appear, however, to give a boost to diplomatic overtures. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States was "prepared to engage immediately" with North Korea to move dialogue ahead. Pompeo also plans to meet the North's foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho, in... [Read More]
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offered Wednesday to shut down a nuclear missile testing and launch site in a development welcomed by President Donald Trump, raising hopes... [Read More]
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Kim Jong-un agreed to "permanently dismantle" key facilities in a bid to ease tensions with South Korea, but his offers did not meet U.S. demands. [Read More]
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The comments came on the heels of meetings this week between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. [Read More]
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The Latest on the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. [Read More]
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offered Wednesday to shut down a nuclear missile testing and launch site in a development welcomed by President Trump, raising hopes of a second meeting between the two leaders in the quest for a long-sought Korean peninsula denuclearization deal. Kim made the offer... [Read More]
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A better-than-expected outcome of the summit between the two Koreas immediately kick-started stalled negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang, boosting President Donald Trump's high-stakes push to get the North to give up its nuclear weapons by the end of his first term in office. But it left open a burning question: Will the concessions North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is offering be enough to convince the U.S. to meet any of his demands? [Read More]
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The following statements were posted to the verified personal Twitter account of U.S. President Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump) [Read More]
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In response to Kim Jong-un's offer to dismantle a nuclear facility, Trump strikes an optimistic note... [Read More]
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North Korea announced today that it will permanently close a major missile test site. Kim Jong Un, the North's leader, said the site would be dismantled in the presence of international inspectors. But experts who have been watching the site say the gesture will do virtually nothing to hamper the North's missile and nuclear weapons capabilities. Instead, they say, the move represents the latest in the North's piecemeal disarmament on its own terms. In May, North Korea demolished entrances to its underground nuclear test site, without the presence of inspectors. Closing this missile site "may not be... [Read More]
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un's latest agreement with South Korean President Moon Jae-in shouldn't lead to any sanctions relief, a top Republican lawmaker urged Wednesday. [Read More]
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants "to engage immediately in negotiations" with North Korean officials, following dictator Kim Jong Un's pledge to close a missile site Wednesday. [Read More]
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The deadline reflects a commitment from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to Pompeo. [Read More]
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The North Korean dictator agreed to several concessions on denuclearization and even discussed a joint North and South Korea Olympic bid in 2032 as Moon flew in for the summit. [Read More]
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THE DEBATE : Those are some big, big promises from Kim Jong-Un. [Read More]
THE setting keeps changing; the pictures, not so much. Kim Jong Un, North Korea's dictator, welcomed Moon Jae-in, the South's president, to Pyongyang airport on September 18th for their third summit since April. As during the previous two, there were hugs and smiles galore. [Read More]
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he wants to work with South Korean President Moon Jae-in to free the Korean land of nuclear weapons. [Read More]
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"The needle hasn't moved at all" on denuclearization, an expert said. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in are in the middle of a dramatic three-day summit that has featured warm hugs, elaborate musical performances, and throngs of Pyongyang's residents lining the streets to catch a glimpse of the historic moment. Late Tuesday night, the pageantry turned into actual business as both leaders vowed to improve their fraught relationship and announced an agreement in which Kim offered the concrete steps toward dismantling his country's nuclear program. The problem is their agreement is extremely... [Read More]
President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday returned from Pyongyang to South Korea with another worthless deal from Kim Jong Un. The problem: It won't stop Kim from developing a nuclear bomb that could hit the United States. [Read More]
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