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North Korea hails ‘historic’ Kim-Trump summit

Kim and Trump shook hands over the concrete slabs dividing North and South before Trump walked a few paces into Pyongyang's territory

North Korea slams ‘war maniac’ Bolton

North Korea has sought to raise the pressure and carried out two short-range missile tests earlier this month

Showdown as West seeks to boost powers of chemical arms watchdog

A two-thirds majority, minus any abstentions, is needed for Britain's draft to pass

North Korea to attend Olympics in rival South

Seoul was keen to proclaim the Games in Pyeongchang, just 80 kilometres south of the DMZ, a "peace Olympics" but it needed Pyongyang to attend

South Korea proposes high-level talks with the North

In his speech Monday, Kim said the Olympics could provide a reason for officials from the neighbours "to meet in the near future".

Coach enjoys the suite life in Pyongyang

'I live in a hotel suite with my wife and live in Pyongyang like I do in Europe'

​US labels North Korea ‘war’ claim absurd, as Pyongyang boosts defences

The United Nations has called out for calm between the United States and North Korea amid threats of nuclear warfare between the countries two leaders

World leaders anxious to hear Trump as UN assembly kicks off

Trump takes the podium at the General Assembly, presenting his message to the world as he pushes his nationalist "America First" agenda.

North Korea threatens to respond harshly to UN sanctions

The United States has called the UN Security Council to vote on a draft proposal to impose tough sanctions against North Korea.

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