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Trump to meet Kim Jong-un in February for second US-North Korea summit

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Trump to meet Kim Jong-un in February for second US-North Korea summitUS President Donald Trump will meet North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un next month.
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According to Business Insider, Vietnam will be the location for the next summit between US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. It will reportedly happen at the end of February, less than a year after the first meeting between Trump and Kim. Vietnam government officials have...

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