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Possibility of North Korea detente stirs diplomatic angst in Japan

Reuters Wednesday, 7 March 2018
Possibility of North Korea detente stirs diplomatic angst in JapanTOKYO (Reuters) - An agreement between North and South Korea to hold a summit and signals about possible talks between North Korea and the United States are stirring concern in Japan about its diplomatic nightmare - being left out in the cold.
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News video: Mixed reactions among Asian residents over Trump-Kim talks

▶ Mixed reactions among Asian residents over Trump-Kim talks 01:17

Despite most South Koreans welcoming the announcement of a possible meeting between the U.S. President and North Korea's leader, many in neighboring Japan and China are sceptical. Rough cut (No reporter narration.)

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