Mike Pompeo hopes for US, North Korea to be ‘more creative’ during nuclear talks; discussions likely to resume in July
Mike Pompeo said he hoped both North Korea and United States could “be a little more creative” when two sides restart talks regarding denuclearisation. Pompeo said negotiations would likely to happen 'sometime in July...probably in the next two or three weeks'.
'Ok, let's do it.' says Donald Trump and makes history to become first sitting American leader to step into North Korean soil
'Ok, let's do it.' With those words, President Donald Trump became the first sitting American leader to step into North Korea on Sunday as the two made history at the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
Donald Trump becomes first sitting US President to visit North Korea, agrees to revive talks with Kim Jong-un on Pyongyang's nuclear program
As he announced the resumptions of talks on North Korea's nuclear program, Trump told reporters "we're not looking for speed. We're looking to get it right."
Kim Jong-un meets XI Jinping in Pyongyang, says North Korea awaiting US response on stalled nuclear talks
Xi's trip to North Korea, the first by a Chinese president in 14 years, raises the possibility that China could help break a month-long impasse in talks between the US and North Korea over the North's nuclear weapons.
After Trump-Kim stalemate, sources hint at a third summit, but mercurial leaders unlikely to hammer out a deal in near future
When Kim Jong un and Donald Trump shook hands before the world's cameras in Singapore a year ago, they pledged change and progress. But now they are gripped by diplomatic recriminations after a failed second meeting in Hanoi.
Donald Trump 'not disturbed' by North Korea's short-range missile tests, says Kim Jong-un will 'keep his promise' of denuclearisation
United States president Donald Trump on Sunday said he was not "disturbed" by the short-range missile tests recently conducted by North Korea, unlike "his people and others".
Russia summit: Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un discuss US' 'unilateral attitude' on denuclearisation in North Korea, vow to strengthen ties
At his first summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un accused the United States of acting in "bad faith" at their most recent talks, state media in Pyongyang said on Friday.
US penalises two Chinese shipping companies, claims they helped North Korea evade international sanctions over nuclear programme
The US' sanctions on the China-based shipping companies are the first such steps since US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's summit meeting collapsed last month.
Kim Jong-un says he is 'willing to denuclearise' as Donald Trump walks away from deal over sanctions demand
Donald Trump said two days of talks in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi had made good progress in building relations and on the key issue of denuclearisation, but it was important not to rush into a bad deal.
No agreement between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Hanoi; leaders leave summit venue before scheduled signing ceremony
The nuclear summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam’s Hanoi ended without an agreement
No rush on nuclear deal, says Donald Trump before meeting North Korea's Kim Jong-un for second day in Hanoi
That first historic summit in Singapore produced little more than a vaguely worded document committing to complete denuclearisation. Concrete steps could be laid out as Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump meet for the second time in Hanoi.
Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet in Vietnam: World awaiting concrete steps for denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula
While Kim Jong-un appears committed for a denuclearisation process, there have been disagreements over what that actually means. Donald Trump, on the other hand, has appeared to lower US expectations for the summit by saying that he would be happy if Pyongyang's pause in nuclear and missile testing continued
Ahead of Hanoi summit, Donald Trump predicts 'AWESOME' future for North Korea if Kim Jong-un gives up nuclear weapons
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday touted an "AWESOME" future for North Korea ahead of a high-stakes dinner with its leader Kim Jong Un if his "friend" agrees to give up his nuclear arsenal
Kim Jong-un arrives in Vietnam for summit with Donald Trump; world awaits decision on North Korea's denuclearisation
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un crossed into Vietnam on Tuesday after a marathon train journey for a second summit showdown with Donald Trump, with the world looking for concrete progress over the North's nuclear programme.
Ahead of second Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam, a look at who said what and where US-North Korea ties are now
Trump and Kim's first meeting in Singapore was a blockbuster piece of diplomatic theatre criticised as light on substance. For the sequel, set in Hanoi this week, they will have to contend with harder questions.
Kim Jong-un en route to Vietnam for summit with Donald Trump; North Korean leader to seek 'partial sanctions relief'
In his upcoming meeting with Trump, experts say Kim will seek a US commitment for improved bilateral relations and partial sanctions relief while trying to minimise any concessions on his nuclear facilities and weapons.
North Korea facing 1.4 million tonne food shortfall, asks United Nations to help address looming crisis
North Korea has asked United Nations aid agencies for help to address a looming food crisis after figures forecast a sharp drop in crop production for this year, a UN spokesman has said.
Donald Trump looks forward to second meeting with Kim Jong-un, but says 'no rush' to see North Korea denuclearise
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un held their first meeting in Singapore in 2018, after which the White House said in a statement that Kim "reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula
Donald Trump to meet Kim Jong-un on 27 Feb in Vietnam: NKorea may demand US to formally declare end of Korean War, resume trade with South
Addressing Congress during his annual second State of the Union, Trump said progress has been made in his administration's efforts to achieve peace on the Korean peninsula.
UN panel says North Korea's missile programmes still intact, Pyongyang using airports to shield weapons from US strikes
The UN panel said in a report that sanctions against North Korea were "ineffective," with Pyongyang still able to acquire illegal shipments of oil products, sell banned coal and violate an arms embargo.