Kim Jong Un’s sister now one of North Korea’s top policy makers
09 October 2017 | 12:21 pm
Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, has been given a major promotion by her brother in the midst of a large-scale personnel reshuffle in the regime.
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28 Apr 2018
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President Donald Trump talks to reporters at the White House about his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
31 Dec 2018
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26 Feb 2019
Kim Jong Un has arrived in Vietnam for a much-anticipated second face-to-face meeting with US President Donald Trump. Trump has said the US is still pursuing the denuclearization of the hermit nation.
1 Mar 2019
North Korea’s State News Agency says that Kim Jong-Un is vowing to meet President Trump again despite the Hanoi summit ending in no deal.
24 Apr 2019
North Korea's Kim Jong Un has travelled to Russia ahead of his talks with President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok. Amid stalled nuclear talks with the US, Kim is expected to seek diplomatic assistance from the Kremlin.
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Russia's Vladimir Putin said he was ready to brief the US on his talks with Kim Jong Un in Russia. Before leaving Vladivostok, Kim accused the US of acting "in bad faith" at the failed Vietnam summit with Donald Trump.
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