SUMMIT Headlines

  • Japan eyes Kim-Abe summit but abductees' families urge caution

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is eyeing a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, government sources said on Thursday, while the foreign minister said a summit would have to bring results on the issue of Japanese abducted by Pyongyang.

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  • Japan eyes Kim-Abe summit but abductees' families urge caution

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is eyeing a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, government sources said on Thursday, while the foreign minister said a summit would have to bring results on the issue of Japanese abducted by Pyongyang.

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  • Japan eying Abe-Kim summit with possible Pyongyang visit: paper

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is working on arranging a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, with one possibility including the premier's visit to Pyongyang around August, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.

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  • Japan eying Abe-Kim summit with possible Pyongyang visit: paper

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is working on arranging a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, with one possibility including the premier's visit to Pyongyang around August, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.

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  • White House aide apologizes for 'special place in hell' comment

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House trade adviser Peter Navarro apologized on Tuesday for saying there was a "special place in hell" for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after last week's Group of Seven summit, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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  • White House aide apologizes over 'special place in hell' comment

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House trade adviser Peter Navarro apologized on Tuesday for his sharp comments directed at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after last week's Group of Seven summit, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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