In the latest escalation in tension on the Korean peninsula, the North says it will restart a reactor mothballed in 2007.
The outcome of the US-North Korea summit in Singapore is a headache for Japan. None of Tokyo's priorities were addressed by Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. Japan must now reorient itself, DW's Martin Fritz writes.
After the recent Singapore summit between North Korea and the US, Russian President Putin has issued an invitation to Kim Jong Un. A senior official met with Putin hours before the World Cup opening ceremony.
After a 65-year freeze between their countries, North Korea's Kim Jong Un and the US's Donald Trump have agreed to be reasonable with each other. Of course, DW's Frank Sieren writes, China played an important role.
The historic summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was a success — primarily for Pyongyang and Beijing. But there was also a silver lining for Washington.
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