US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have failed to reach an agreement after a two-day summit in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi.
Officials from North Korea and the US were set to resume nuclear talks in Sweden after months of deadlock and Pyongyang's defiant test of a sea-launched ballistic missile this week.
Pyongyang has halted nuclear negotiations with the US, with North Korea saying talks had broken down. Pyongyang said expectations had not been met, while Washington said the two sides had "good discussions."
The US president backtracked on a plan announced just days earlier to host the G7 summit at a Trump-owned resort in Miami. Critics asserted that the president sought to enrich himself by hosting foreign leaders.
The 2020 G7 summit will take place at one of Donald Trump's Florida golf clubs, the president's chief of staff says. The idea that Trump could benefit financially from his term has been the subject of constant scrutiny.
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