North Korea diplomacy; Trade war looms; Italy’s new government
By France 24
02 June 2018 | 9:00 am
Our panel of journalists looks at North Korean delegation headed by high-ranking official Kim Yong Chol delivering a letter to Donald Trump from Kim Jong Un; Some of America's closest allies reaction to the news of tariffs on aluminium and steel imports to the US; Western Europe's first populist government swearing in in Italy; Mariano Rajoy forced from office following a no-confidence vote in parliament; The man dubbed the Malian Spiderman who saved the life of a child in Paris.
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