The first two U.S. service members have been identified from remains repatriated from North Korea. Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Vernon, Ind., who was 32, and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of Nash County, N.C., who was 19, were identified by the Defense Department as the first two soldiers who have been repatriated from North Korea. Here are their photos, as well as the Army’s Facebook post: Pfc. William H. Jones (U.S. Army/Facebook) Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel (U.S. Army/Facebook) “The Army is grateful that two U.S. Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice have

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The first two U.S. service members have been identified from remains repatriated from North Korea. Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Vernon, Ind., who was 32, and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of Nash County, N.C., who was 19, were identified by the Defense Department as the first two soldiers who have been repatriated from North Korea. Here are their photos, as well as the Army’s Facebook post: Pfc. William H. Jones (U.S. Army/Facebook) Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel (U.S. Army/Facebook) “The Army is grateful that two U.S. Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice have

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in is said to be carrying a personal, private letter from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un that he will deliver to U.S. President Donald Trump when two meet on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly next week. “There are things that the United States wants us to convey to North Korea, and on the other side there are also things that North Korea wants us to convey to the United States,” Moon said Thursday after returning to Seoul from Pyongyang, the Associated Press reported. “I will faithfully serve that role when I meet President Trump to facilitate dialogue between North Korea and the United States.”

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in is said to be carrying a personal, private letter from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un that he will deliver to U.S. President Donald Trump when two meet on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly next week. “There are things that the United States wants us to convey to North Korea, and on the other side there are also things that North Korea wants us to convey to the United States,” Moon said Thursday after returning to Seoul from Pyongyang, the Associated Press reported. “I will faithfully serve that role when I meet President Trump to facilitate dialogue between North Korea and the United States.”

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The first two United States service members have been identified from remains repatriated from North Korea. In a tweet Thursday, President Trump announced the names of Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Vernon, Ind., who was 32, and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of Nash County, N.C., who was 19, as the first two identified soldiers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. …North Korea to be identified as a result of my Summit with Chairman Kim. These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and hopefully their families can have closure. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 20, 2018 “These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and

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The first two United States service members have been identified from remains repatriated from North Korea. In a tweet Thursday, President Trump announced the names of Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Vernon, Ind., who was 32, and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of Nash County, N.C., who was 19, as the first two identified soldiers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. …North Korea to be identified as a result of my Summit with Chairman Kim. These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and hopefully their families can have closure. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 20, 2018 “These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and

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The Olympics are continuing to play a role in the rapprochement between North and South Korea, with the countries announcing Wednesday they intend to launch a combined bid for the 2032 Summer Games. The plan was included in a joint statement following a Pyongyang summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Kim’s offer to shut down a nuclear missile testing and launch site made the biggest headlines, but the Olympics have been a significant part of the warming North-South relationship. Locator of map of missile site to close in North Korea. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in

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The Olympics are continuing to play a role in the rapprochement between North and South Korea, with the countries announcing Wednesday they intend to launch a combined bid for the 2032 Summer Games. The plan was included in a joint statement following a Pyongyang summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Kim’s offer to shut down a nuclear missile testing and launch site made the biggest headlines, but the Olympics have been a significant part of the warming North-South relationship. Locator of map of missile site to close in North Korea. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un wants to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo very soon, and have a second summit with President Trump, in order to accelerate the denuclearization process of the Korean Peninsula, South Korea said early Thursday. (4th LD) N. Korea ready to denuclearize, hopes for 2nd summit with U.S.: Moon https://t.co/fQiiSeP10R — Yonhap News Agency (@YonhapNews) September 20, 2018 “Chairman Kim Jong Un said he wants Secretary Pompeo’s North Korea visit and a second summit with President Trump to happen at the earliest convenience in order to speed up the denuclearization process,” South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in Seoul Thursday after returning from a

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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un wants to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo very soon, and have a second summit with President Trump, in order to accelerate the denuclearization process of the Korean Peninsula, South Korea said early Thursday. (4th LD) N. Korea ready to denuclearize, hopes for 2nd summit with U.S.: Moon https://t.co/fQiiSeP10R — Yonhap News Agency (@YonhapNews) September 20, 2018 “Chairman Kim Jong Un said he wants Secretary Pompeo’s North Korea visit and a second summit with President Trump to happen at the earliest convenience in order to speed up the denuclearization process,” South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in Seoul Thursday after returning from a

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The third inter-Korean summit in four months is underway, and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have signed a summit agreement saying North Korea will renew its process of denuclearization, to include shutting down one of the country’s major nuclear facilities and removing all nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula. The news comes amid stalled talks between North Korea and the United States, and while the next steps need to be finalized with the U.S. – as President Trump pointed out in Wednesday morning tweets – it is a sign of progress and hope that North Korea is taking denuclearization seriously for the first time

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The third inter-Korean summit in four months is underway, and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have signed a summit agreement saying North Korea will renew its process of denuclearization, to include shutting down one of the country’s major nuclear facilities and removing all nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula. The news comes amid stalled talks between North Korea and the United States, and while the next steps need to be finalized with the U.S. – as President Trump pointed out in Wednesday morning tweets – it is a sign of progress and hope that North Korea is taking denuclearization seriously for the first time

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made a surprise appearance to welcome South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for their third summit this year. The leaders embraced while hundreds of North Korean waving flags and flowers cheered after Moon and his wife exited the plane that carried them from Seoul. Kim’s wife was by his side. A military band played while soldiers marched as Kim and Moon watched from a platform. The leaders then walked toward the crowd as men and women cheered, some even crying. It was an emotional start to a high-stakes summit. Moon faces the challenge of trying to get stalled U.S.-North Korean nuclear talks back on

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made a surprise appearance to welcome South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for their third summit this year. The leaders embraced while hundreds of North Korean waving flags and flowers cheered after Moon and his wife exited the plane that carried them from Seoul. Kim’s wife was by his side. A military band played while soldiers marched as Kim and Moon watched from a platform. The leaders then walked toward the crowd as men and women cheered, some even crying. It was an emotional start to a high-stakes summit. Moon faces the challenge of trying to get stalled U.S.-North Korean nuclear talks back on

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North and South Korea are slated to hold a 3-day summit from Sept. 18 to 20, and one of the key topics of discussion will be denuclearization. There is great tension surrounding the subject, and it’s unlikely any real progress will be made at the working-level meetings, a South Korean official said, according to NK News. Presidential Chief of Staff Im Jong-seok said denuclearization is a “heavy topic weighing on the summit” but that it’s “difficult to be optimistic” on results, NK News reported. President Moon will be discussing denuclearization in the last two days of the summit, a topic that is “difficult to be optimistic”, Blue House says https://t.co/Qp3QH54eIt —

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North and South Korea are slated to hold a 3-day summit from Sept. 18 to 20, and one of the key topics of discussion will be denuclearization. There is great tension surrounding the subject, and it’s unlikely any real progress will be made at the working-level meetings, a South Korean official said, according to NK News. Presidential Chief of Staff Im Jong-seok said denuclearization is a “heavy topic weighing on the summit” but that it’s “difficult to be optimistic” on results, NK News reported. President Moon will be discussing denuclearization in the last two days of the summit, a topic that is “difficult to be optimistic”, Blue House says https://t.co/Qp3QH54eIt —

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South Korea opened a liaison office at an industrial park it sponsors in the North Korean city of Gaeseong on Friday, allowing rival officials to communicate around-the-clock for the first time since the start of the Korean War. Seoul’s Unification Ministry said more than 50 South Koreans crossed the border to Gaeseong to attend the opening ceremony. It said it hoped the new communication channel would ease tensions between the two countries, with an aim toward bringing about the denuclearization of the North. The two Koreas agreed to open the liaison office during a historic April summit between their South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un,

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South Korea opened a liaison office at an industrial park it sponsors in the North Korean city of Gaeseong on Friday, allowing rival officials to communicate around-the-clock for the first time since the start of the Korean War. Seoul’s Unification Ministry said more than 50 South Koreans crossed the border to Gaeseong to attend the opening ceremony. It said it hoped the new communication channel would ease tensions between the two countries, with an aim toward bringing about the denuclearization of the North. The two Koreas agreed to open the liaison office during a historic April summit between their South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un,

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The US has identified the first two American service members from among the remains of US war dead returned by North Korea in July. The identities are expected to be made public in the coming days pending notification of the families. The US has successfully identified two American service members from among the remains North Korea returned this July as part of the agreement signed by President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore. “We will notify the family first,” John Byrd, the director of scientific analysis at the US Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency explainedto Reuters Monday. The two US service members, who were identified through DNA analysis

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The US has identified the first two American service members from among the remains of US war dead returned by North Korea in July. The identities are expected to be made public in the coming days pending notification of the families. The US has successfully identified two American service members from among the remains North Korea returned this July as part of the agreement signed by President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore. “We will notify the family first,” John Byrd, the director of scientific analysis at the US Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency explainedto Reuters Monday. The two US service members, who were identified through DNA analysis

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