US President Donald Trump seemed to revive hopes for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, telling reporters at the Oval Office late Saturday, "we're looking at June 12th in Singapore. That hasn't changed."
North Korea says Kim Jong Un is still willing to meet Donald Trump "at any time," despite the US President's abrupt cancellation of what would have been a historic summit between the two leaders, scheduled for June 12.
The spectacle was seen as a gesture toward diplomacy with the United States, but Trump abruptly called off planned talks in Singapore.
South Korea’s president will meet Trump on Tuesday as problems cloud a scheduled summit with Kim.
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he urged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to directly engage with Washington to salvage the June 12 nuclear summit with the U.S., when the two leaders held a surprise second inter-Korean summit Saturday. “I ...
Talks regarding the planned June 12 U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore are still on track and members of the U.S. administration are working to iron out the details, President Donald Trump told reporters in the Oval Office on Saturday evening. The talks “are going very, very well,” Trump said. “I think people want to see if we can get the ...
The source disputed by President Trump was in fact a senior administration official speaking to a large group of reporters in the White House ...
A series of summit explosions on Saturday from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano spewed ash up to 3,300 meters (nearly 11,000 feet), dusting communities to ...
The two leaders met at the demilitarized zone on the Korean border.
In a surprising diplomatic move, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea met with the North’s leader and had “a frank exchange” about “the successful holding of the North Korea-United States summit.”
When President Trump canceled their meeting, Mr. Kim’s bid to ease sanctions and rebuild the North Korean economy was thrown into doubt.
The US president issues an optimistic statement on possibly reinstating the cancelled meeting.
Is the summit on or off? That's the question North Korea-watchers are asking about a planned meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US president Donald Trump. Top White House officials Friday expressed optimism that the talks could be back on after a surprising response from North Korea. VOA's Jesusemen Oni has more.
The zigzagging, apparently done without consulting regional allies, has aggravated questions about whether America’s partners can rely on Washington.
South Korea, China and Japan woke up Friday to a new and uncertain diplomatic reality, after US President Donald Trump canceled what many considered to be the best chance of striking a deal for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Pyongyang canceled talks with South Korean officials that were scheduled for Wednesday.
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North and South Koreans had high hopes for peace with the now-cancelled Trump-Kim summit.
President Trump on Thursday sent a letter to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un canceling their highly anticipated summit on June 12 to discuss denuclearization.
Interest in coins marking the scrapped meeting soars and the White House gift shop website crashes.