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Why did Trump-Kim’s Vietnam Summit fail?

The second landmark summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un ended with no agreement. Why couldn’t the author of ‘The Art of the Deal’ strike one? Natalie Poyhonen reports. #TrumpKim #KimTrump #VietnamSummit

US, North Korea cut summit short without deal | Money Talks

US, North Korea cut summit short without deal | Money Talks

US-North Korea Talks: Interview with Soojin Park

US-North Korea Talks: Interview with Soojin Park

US-North Korea Talks: North Korea says it's made its best offer

US-North Korea Talks: North Korea says it's made its best offer

US-North Korea Talks: Trump-Kim summit ends with no agreement reached

US-North Korea Talks: Trump-Kim summit ends with no agreement reached

Türkiye carries out air raids on PKK/YPG targets

Türkiye carries out air raids on PKK/YPG targets

UN's nuclear watchdog condemns attack on nuclear plant

UN's nuclear watchdog condemns attack on nuclear plant

Earthquake shakes Indonesia's Java Island, dozens dead

Earthquake shakes Indonesia's Java Island, dozens dead

Cholera vaccinations under way in Lebanon

Cholera vaccinations under way in Lebanon

New Zealand to consider legislation lowering voting age to 16

New Zealand to consider legislation lowering voting age to 16

UN summit agrees to compensate poor nations for climate damage

UN summit agrees to compensate poor nations for climate damage

Majority of Eritrean asylum seeker applications approved

Majority of Eritrean asylum seeker applications approved

Türkiye launches operation against PKK terrorists in Iraq, Syria

Türkiye launches operation against PKK terrorists in Iraq, Syria

UCLA on biggest academic strike in US history

UCLA on biggest academic strike in US history

Former painter becomes top violin maker in Macedonia

Former painter becomes top violin maker in Macedonia

Countdown begins for FIFA World Cup 2022

Countdown begins for FIFA World Cup 2022

Nepal's independent candidates vie for votes

Nepal's independent candidates vie for votes

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