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N.Korea’s Kim says will talk to Putin about nuclear standoff

By Reuters
24 April 2019   |   1:25 pm
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday expressed his hope for the good outcome of a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin later this week.

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