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Pompeo heads to Pyongyang, seeking progress on Trump-Kim summit

SBS Sunday, 7 October 2018
The US secretary of state says he aims to 'develop sufficient trust' during a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang.
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President Trump tweeted Sunday that he's looking forward to seeing Kim Jong Un "in the near future." President Trump on Sunday said he looks forward to seeing North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un "in the near future." He made the comment on Twitter after writing: "[Secretary of State Mike Pompeo] had...

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