North and South Korean officials met Friday to begin arranging reunions for families left divided by the 1950-53 war. The talks, which were held in North Korea, were the latest step toward improving relations in tandem with broader nuclear negotiations. President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed during their first summit to hold the first family reunions in nearly three years later this summer. It’s an emotional issue for both nations as advocates race against time to bring aging survivors of the war back together. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! “We will fulfill the desire of our

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North and South Korean officials met Friday to begin arranging reunions for families left divided by the 1950-53 war. The talks, which were held in North Korea, were the latest step toward improving relations in tandem with broader nuclear negotiations. President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed during their first summit to hold the first family reunions in nearly three years later this summer. It’s an emotional issue for both nations as advocates race against time to bring aging survivors of the war back together. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! “We will fulfill the desire of our

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The U.S. has “indefinitely suspended” military exercises in South Korea to foster Washington’s fledgling relationship with Pyongyang in the wake of President Donald Trump’s meeting in Singapore earlier this month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis suspended the Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercises as well as two other war game operations that were scheduled to take place over the next three months, the Defense Department said in a statement on Friday night. Mattis met earlier on Friday with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and National Security Adviser John Bolton to discuss ways to “implement the results

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The U.S. has “indefinitely suspended” military exercises in South Korea to foster Washington’s fledgling relationship with Pyongyang in the wake of President Donald Trump’s meeting in Singapore earlier this month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis suspended the Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercises as well as two other war game operations that were scheduled to take place over the next three months, the Defense Department said in a statement on Friday night. Mattis met earlier on Friday with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and National Security Adviser John Bolton to discuss ways to “implement the results

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet with North Korean officials at the “earliest possible date” to discuss denuclearization and put into place what both President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un talked about at this month’s historic summit in Singapore, according to a State Department spokeswoman. “Secretary Pompeo will be meeting with them [officials] and talking with them at the earliest possible date to try to implement the outcomes of the U.S.-DPRK summit,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. “We don’t have any meetings or travel to announce at this time.” Nauert: Pompeo plans to meet N.Korean officials #nhk_world_news https://t.co/Y67qKY7BLM — NHK WORLD News (@NHKWORLD_News) June 22, 2018 After

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet with North Korean officials at the “earliest possible date” to discuss denuclearization and put into place what both President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un talked about at this month’s historic summit in Singapore, according to a State Department spokeswoman. “Secretary Pompeo will be meeting with them [officials] and talking with them at the earliest possible date to try to implement the outcomes of the U.S.-DPRK summit,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. “We don’t have any meetings or travel to announce at this time.” Nauert: Pompeo plans to meet N.Korean officials #nhk_world_news https://t.co/Y67qKY7BLM — NHK WORLD News (@NHKWORLD_News) June 22, 2018 After

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President Donald Trump on Friday extended economic sanctions against North Korea for another year. The sanctions restrict fuel imports and other trade. BREAKING: @realDonaldTrump prolongs sanctions against #NorthKorea for one more year – @WhiteHouse https://t.co/HBK2351LRc pic.twitter.com/fFyAkuRsfh — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) June 22, 2018 Despite a successful summit in Singapore with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un earlier this month, Trump has continued his “maximum pressure” campaign against North Korea in order to ensure the total, complete and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! On Thursday at a Minnesota rally, Trump had said North Korea “stopped everything we

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President Donald Trump on Friday extended economic sanctions against North Korea for another year. The sanctions restrict fuel imports and other trade. BREAKING: @realDonaldTrump prolongs sanctions against #NorthKorea for one more year – @WhiteHouse https://t.co/HBK2351LRc pic.twitter.com/fFyAkuRsfh — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) June 22, 2018 Despite a successful summit in Singapore with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un earlier this month, Trump has continued his “maximum pressure” campaign against North Korea in order to ensure the total, complete and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! On Thursday at a Minnesota rally, Trump had said North Korea “stopped everything we

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Tour guides in North Korea have noticed that the large selection of anti-American posters, postcards and stamps that are usually found in local gift shops are now out of stock. Anti-U.S. souvenirs disappear from tourist shops in North Korea: sources #NorthKorea https://t.co/UwOPcTCs9x — NK NEWS (@nknewsorg) June 20, 2018 Analysts believe that the disappearance of the anti-American souvenirs might be linked to the recent summit that President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un held in Singapore in early June. Simon Cockerell, who is the General Manager of Koryo Tours, said that the company “had a tour group at Panmunjom both last week and this morning, both of whom reported the absence

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Tour guides in North Korea have noticed that the large selection of anti-American posters, postcards and stamps that are usually found in local gift shops are now out of stock. Anti-U.S. souvenirs disappear from tourist shops in North Korea: sources #NorthKorea https://t.co/UwOPcTCs9x — NK NEWS (@nknewsorg) June 20, 2018 Analysts believe that the disappearance of the anti-American souvenirs might be linked to the recent summit that President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un held in Singapore in early June. Simon Cockerell, who is the General Manager of Koryo Tours, said that the company “had a tour group at Panmunjom both last week and this morning, both of whom reported the absence

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un praised U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for his guts, it was revealed in a recent Japanese report. Monday’s report by The Asahi Shimbum revealed Kim’s praise of Pompeo during their secret meeting in Pyongyang over Easter weekend, United Press International reported. “This is the first time I have met someone with the same kind of guts,” Kim reportedly said during the meeting. While Pompeo is known for his tough stance on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, Kim was reportedly joyful and satisfied upon his meeting with Pompeo. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! President Trump confirmed

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un praised U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for his guts, it was revealed in a recent Japanese report. Monday’s report by The Asahi Shimbum revealed Kim’s praise of Pompeo during their secret meeting in Pyongyang over Easter weekend, United Press International reported. “This is the first time I have met someone with the same kind of guts,” Kim reportedly said during the meeting. While Pompeo is known for his tough stance on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, Kim was reportedly joyful and satisfied upon his meeting with Pompeo. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! President Trump confirmed

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It was reported this week that the United States is preparing to receive the remains of up to 200 U.S. or Allied service members from North Korea who have been missing since the Korean War, and they could come home sometime “very soon.” The Associated Press first reported the news about North Korea readying to turn over the remains this week. Its anonymous sources said that officials say “the timing of a ceremony is uncertain, but could be very soon.” I don’t care what your politics are. This might be the most significant accomplishment for our troops since V-Day. We never leave a man behind. https://t.co/W2T96OdCSL — Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) June

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It was reported this week that the United States is preparing to receive the remains of up to 200 U.S. or Allied service members from North Korea who have been missing since the Korean War, and they could come home sometime “very soon.” The Associated Press first reported the news about North Korea readying to turn over the remains this week. Its anonymous sources said that officials say “the timing of a ceremony is uncertain, but could be very soon.” I don’t care what your politics are. This might be the most significant accomplishment for our troops since V-Day. We never leave a man behind. https://t.co/W2T96OdCSL — Tim Kennedy (@TimKennedyMMA) June

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After 65 years, the United States is preparing to receive the remains of up to 200 U.S. or Allied service members from North Korea who have been missing since the Korean War, and they could come home sometime “very soon.” The Associated Press first reported the news about North Korea readying to turn over the remains this week. Its anonymous sources said that officials say “the timing of a ceremony is uncertain, but could be very soon.” US military is preparing to receive remains of about 200 American or allied service members from North Korea. https://t.co/kQY2gIeNLy — The Associated Press (@AP) June 19, 2018 There has been no official announcement about

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After 65 years, the United States is preparing to receive the remains of up to 200 U.S. or Allied service members from North Korea who have been missing since the Korean War, and they could come home sometime “very soon.” The Associated Press first reported the news about North Korea readying to turn over the remains this week. Its anonymous sources said that officials say “the timing of a ceremony is uncertain, but could be very soon.” US military is preparing to receive remains of about 200 American or allied service members from North Korea. https://t.co/kQY2gIeNLy — The Associated Press (@AP) June 19, 2018 There has been no official announcement about

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South Korea and the United States canceled a war game planned for August, following through with President Donald Trump’s promise to do so during nuclear negotiations with the North. Tuesday’s announcement had been widely anticipated after Trump announced “we will be stopping the war games” during a June 12 press conference after his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In providing the first details about the extent of the suspension, the allies said that for now it was limited to a two-week computerized exercise known as Ulchi Freedom Guardian, which had been scheduled for August. “Consistent with President Donald J. Trump’s commitment to North Korea and in concert

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South Korea and the United States canceled a war game planned for August, following through with President Donald Trump’s promise to do so during nuclear negotiations with the North. Tuesday’s announcement had been widely anticipated after Trump announced “we will be stopping the war games” during a June 12 press conference after his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In providing the first details about the extent of the suspension, the allies said that for now it was limited to a two-week computerized exercise known as Ulchi Freedom Guardian, which had been scheduled for August. “Consistent with President Donald J. Trump’s commitment to North Korea and in concert

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is visiting China for two days and meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. This is the third time Kim has visited China since March. The North Korean dictator and President Donald Trump met this month in Singapore, and Trump has touted his relationship with Kim since, and also the United States’ new relationship with North Korea. Before this year, Kim rarely left North Korea. BREAKING: Chinese state media say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is visiting China from Tuesday to Wednesday. — The Associated Press (@AP) June 19, 2018 Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! Kim

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is visiting China for two days and meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. This is the third time Kim has visited China since March. The North Korean dictator and President Donald Trump met this month in Singapore, and Trump has touted his relationship with Kim since, and also the United States’ new relationship with North Korea. Before this year, Kim rarely left North Korea. BREAKING: Chinese state media say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is visiting China from Tuesday to Wednesday. — The Associated Press (@AP) June 19, 2018 Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! Kim

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