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Korea Talks: Trump says meeting with Kim may still happen

Two days after calling off a meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Trump administration has indicated that the summit in Singapore could still go ahead. It comes as the leaders of North and South Korea met for a second round of talks this weekend. Staci Bivens reports.

Is South Korean News about North Korean Propaganda?

Is South Korean News about North Korean Propaganda?

North Korea Summit: Trump critics call N Korea deal 'vague at best'

North Korea Summit: Trump critics call N Korea deal 'vague at best'

Koreas Summit: Leaders to meet at military demarcation line

Koreas Summit: Leaders to meet at military demarcation line

US-Korea Talks: Trump and Kim Jong-un expected to meet by May

US-Korea Talks: Trump and Kim Jong-un expected to meet by May

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

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Africa Matters: Somalia nutrition centres at capacity

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Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

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Africa Matters: Uganda begins paying DRC for war damages

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Africa Matters: Nigerian recycler banks on trash

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

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Africa Matters: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

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Africa Matters: Brushing stress away

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

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Africa Matters: Cameroon helping children through trauma

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Africa Matters: Somalia Facing Famine

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Africa Matters: Nigerian schools out to end corporal punishment

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