On Thursday, US President Donald Trump cancelled a summit with supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un which was due to be held on 12 June.
He has since suggested that the summit will still take place, possibly on the same day which was originally planned.
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On Saturday, the leaders of North and South Korea met, at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), for the second time in a month.
In the meeting, which lasted for two hours, N. Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un and S. Korean President Moon Jae-in have been reported to have ‘exchanged their opinions’ on such matters as the future occurrence of a US-North Korea Summit.