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Trump-Kim meeting 'giant leap forward' for peace says Foreign Minister Winston Peters

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Trump-Kim meeting 'giant leap forward' for peace says Foreign Minister Winston PetersForeign Minister Winston Peters says a meeting between North Korea leader Kim Jong Un and United States President Donald Trump was a "serious start" toward world peace.Peters said the aim was denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula."And...
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