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China's Xi Expresses Hope For Continued Talks Between North Korea & U.S.

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China's Xi Expresses Hope For Continued Talks Between North Korea & U.S.

China's Xi Expresses Hope For Continued Talks Between North Korea & U.S.

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Chinese President Xi Jinping told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that he hopes North Korea and the United States can continue talking and make progress, Chinese state media reported after the two leaders met in Pyongyang.

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