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.
Months after talks with Pyongyang broke down, Donald Trump said he would like to visit the Demilitarized Zone and "shake hands" with the North Korean leader. North Korea said the meeting would be "meaningful."
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has met US President Donald Trump at the Demilitarized Zone that divides South and North Korea for a "handshake for peace." It is the third time Kim and Trump have met in over a year.
More progress has been made to end the Korean conflict under US President Donald Trump than in 60 years. If Trump's unconventional approach secures peace, he deserves recognition for it, writes DW's Alexander Freund.
Chinese President Xi Jinping became the first leader of his country to travel to Pyongyang in 14 years. The trip comes as he and Kim Jong Un seek to improve bilateral relations.
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