South Korean officials say President Moon Jae-in’s plane has left North Korea after 3-day summit with Kim Jong Un

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WTOP—PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — South Korean officials say President Moon Jae-in’s plane has left North Korea after 3-day summit with Kim Jong Un.

The positive response shown by North Korean citizens to a speech given this month in Pyongyang by South Korean president Moon Jae-in has alarmed security officials in the North, who now fear a loss of prestige by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, sources in the country say. Authorities fear Moon Jae-in may now be favored in popularity over Kim Jong Un, sources say.