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  • Kim Jong Un pays another visit to China

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has arrived in China for a three-day visit at the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Chinese and North Korean state media reported Tuesday. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing an unspecified source familiar with North Korea issues, earlier said a North Korean train possibly carrying a "high-level" official had crossed the border into China. Dozens of security vehicles and officials blocked the roads around a train station in the Chinese border city...

    WPLG
  • Kim Jong Un makes 4th visit to China in a year

    The North Korean leader is said to have met with Xi Jinping.

    ABC News
  • Kim Jong Un Lands in China for His Fourth Visit in a Year

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in China—North Korea’s main backer, as he sends mixed signals to the U.S. about his willingness to give up his nuclear weapons.

    WSJ
  • Kim Jong Un believed to be heading back home after China visit

    BEIJING — A special train believed to be carrying Kim Jong Un departed Beijing on Wednesday after a two-day visit by the North Korean leader to the Chinese capital. Kim could not be seen, but he was presumed to be on board the long train as it crossed on elevated tracks over a busy Beijing

    New York Post