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Trump eyes meeting with Kim Jong Un in 2019

(7 Nov 2018) President Donald Trump says he’s likely to meet the North Korea leader early next year and that he’s in “no rush” to engage in de-nuclearization talks with Pyongyang. (Nov. 7)

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N. Korean leader meets Cuban president in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets with the Cuban president in Pyongyang and holds a special welcoming concert for Miguel Diaz-Canel and wife.

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S. Korea’s Moon visits Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Europe tour

South Korean President Moon Jae-in attends a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris ahead of a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron. Moon is set to lobby for North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on a seven-day Europe tour that will see him also stop in Rome, Brussels and Copenhagen. IMAGES

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One year later at UN, Trump’s ‘rocket man’ Kim is ‘terrific’

US President Donald Trump hails North Korea’s “terrific” leader Kim Jong Un and says he should soon be able to announce a second summit with his one-time arch foe during a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in. Trump used his debut address to the UN General Assembly 12 months ago to threaten to “totally destroy” North Korea and belittled its leader as “rocket man,” prompting Kim to respond by calling the US president “mentally deranged.”

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Kim, Moon attend concert in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South’s Moon Jae-in attend a concert staged by the Samjiyon Orchestra at the Pyongyang grand theatre Tuesday during their third summit this year.

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What Happened At North Korea’s 70th Anniversary Military Parade (HBO)

North Korea celebrated its 70th birthday this weekend with a carefully choreographed two-hour long parade — making out to be a spectacle that showed off how its citizens and its military fall in line. But this year’s parade was different.

The inter-continental missiles that could hit the U.S were nowhere to be seen.

And while this only shows that North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is going for a less threatening image, the White House saw this as “a sign of good faith”.

This event was designed for the world’s news cameras and has been used in the past by leader Kim Jong-un as an excuse to display the country’s weaponry. The crowd included Li Zhanzhu, head of China’s parliament, and French actor Gerard Depardieu.

VICE News was on the ground in Pyongyang for the celebrations.

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