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From scathing insults to a high-stakes summit: Can Trump and Kim make a deal in Singapore?

by Sasa Petricic (feat. James Trottier)

CBC News
June 11, 2018

Singapore, the city state has become Singapore, the summit state. Cleaned up, locked down and ready to make history.

The key players have arrived, with North Korea's Kim Jong-un touching down Sunday after his longest plane journey since taking power.

Kim only started meeting with foreign leaders in recent months, slowly shedding a reputation as the reclusive ruler of the so-called Hermit Kingdom after summits with the Chinese and South Korean presidents.

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