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Trump to visit South Korea as Pomp raises hope for new North Korea talks after letter

Reuters India Monday, 24 June 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump will visit South Korea this weekend after an exchange of letters with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un boosted hopes for a resumption of talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear program.
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Reuters reports U.S. President Donald Trump will visit South Korea this weekend after an exchange of letters with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un boosted hopes for talks aimed at ending North Korea’s nuclear program. Trump is set to arrive in South Korea for a two-day visit on Saturday, and will...

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