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  • North Korea says leaders' relations not enough after Trump sends birthday wishes to Kim

    North Korea has received birthday greetings to its leader Kim Jong Un from U.S. President Donald Trump, according to a statement published on Saturday.

  • Trump sends birthday greetings to North Korea’s Kim Jong Un: Seoul

    US President Donald Trump wished North Korea’s Kim Jong Un a happy birthday, Seoul said Friday — with nuclear talks deadlocked and six years after former Chicago Bulls star Dennis Rodman serenaded Pyongyang’s leader. North Korea has never officially confirmed Kim’s age or date of birth, but Rodman’s breathy Marilyn Monroe-style performance of “Happy Birthday” [
  • Kim Jong-un signals North Korea will resume nuclear missile tests

    Dictator says Washington’s ‘gangster-like demands’ mean self-imposed ban no longer needed Kim Jong-un has signalled that North Korea will lift its moratoriums on nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests in a move likely to anger Donald Trump. The North Korean leader told a four-day meeting of party officials in Pyongyang that the test ban, which Kim agreed to in talks with the US president, was no longer needed, state media said on Wednesday. Continue reading

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