Trump received Kim Jong Un letter seeking 2nd meet: WHouse

Trump received Kim Jong Un letter seeking 2nd meet: WHouse

US President Donald Trump has received a "very positive" letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un seeking a follow-up meeting after their historic summit in Singapore, the White House said on Monday.
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference in Singapore on June 12, 2018, in this photo captured from the website of The Straits Times. (Yonhap)

Trump says he will stop 'war games' with S. Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he will stop "provocative and expensive" war games with South Korea in a surprise reference to the joint military exercises Pyongyang has criticized as a rehearsal of invasion.
Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon speaks during a lunch meeting with traveling reporters in London on May 27, 2018. (Yonhap)

S. Korean PM describes Trump as 'tough dealer'

South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon has called U.S. President Donald Trump "a tough dealer" seasoned through a number of deal-making experiences, referring to a recent roller coaster of developments surrounding an upcoming summit with North Korea.
Israeli riot police take up positions next to Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the Old City of Jerusalem on July 27, 2017. EPA/VNS

Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

President Donald Trump will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital on Wednesday, upending decades of careful US policy and ignoring dire warnings of a historic misstep that could trigger a surge of violence in the Middle East.
The status of Jerusalem (photo) is one of the most contentious issues of the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict. — AFP Photo

Trump delays Jerusalem verdict as pressure mounts

Facing dark warnings of a historic misstep and widespread unrest, US President Donald Trump on Monday delayed a decision on whether to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and move the US embassy there.