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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would know next week whether his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would take place on June 12 in Singapore as scheduled, casting further doubt on plans for the unprecedented meeting.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's dramatic meeting with North Korea's leader may have been choreographed to look like a Nixon-goes-to-China moment, but the summit appears to have failed to secure any concrete commitments by Pyongyang for dismantling its nuclear arsenal.
SEOUL (Reuters) - As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump shook hands at a historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, South Koreans stopped in their tracks to watch the event unfurl on live television.
DUBAI/KUWAIT (Reuters) - Rifts over foreign policy will likely make it harder for Arab leaders meeting at a summit this week to forge a common stand on regional challenges, including what many of them see as a threat from Iranian-U.S. rapprochement.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has withdrawn from a nuclear security summit in Washington next week, fearing Muslim powers would use it to demand that Israel give up its presumed nuclear arsenal.
DOHA (Reuters) - Billed as an opportunity for Arab reconciliation, this week's Arab summit failed to resolve a raft of issues linked to the rising power of Iran.
HANOI (Bloomberg): US president Donald Trump's second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un collapsed Thursday (Feb 28) without an agreement, plunging future talks on North Korea's nuclear programme into question.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Divisions among Arab states over Syria, and internal Lebanese disputes, have overshadowed a summit to be held in Beirut this weekend, with several leaders who had planned to come now staying away.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Denuclearisation of North Korea is the headline topic at Tuesday's summit between Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, but for North Korean officials travelling to Singapore, their top priority is much narrower: protecting their leader.