Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Trump-Kim short call ends without denuclearization deal


Corona virus can trigger next pandemic, after swine flu

World Health Organization (WHO) reported at least two new outbreaks with Corona virus that could have serious consequences for...

Trump at Davos: The American economy is in the midst of biggest boom

US President Donald Trump gave a brilliant picture of the state of the US economy and its presidency in...

Hong Kong: Police brutality peaks with baton charge, pepper spray and rubber bullets

Tens of Thousands of people demonstrated in Hong Kong against Chinese human rights abuses. However, 90 minutes after the...
Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at He can be reached at: [email protected]

Meeting between the President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, ended without a deal on denuclearization during their second summit gathering in eight months. “Sometimes you have to walk,” Donald Trump said after the talks failed.

Before the two leaders meet, Kim Jong-un said he would not attend the Vietnam summit with US President Donald Trump if he was not prepared to disarm nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula.

In response to questions from reporters during his meeting with Trump, Kim welcomed the opening of an American liaison office in North Korean capital Pyongyang.

Earlier, President Donald Trump said he would conclude a good agreement for North Korea and America.

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un began talks on the second day of their second summit after the two sides expressed their hope for progress on improving relations and the key issue of nuclear disarmament.

Trump and Kim met in Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, on Wednesday for a first round of talks and had dinner and were optimistic. Trump expressed satisfaction with the pace of the negotiations despite some criticism that they were not moving as fast as they were, and they held their first inconclusive summit in Singapore eight months ago.

Turning to the core of the contentious issues, both expressed cautious optimism. Trump stressed that talks aimed at countering North Korea’s nuclear threat should not be rushed.

“I say from the start that speed is not important to me, I strongly appreciate not testing nuclear weapons or missiles,” Trump told reporters before the talks, as he and Kim sat at a round table at the French-era Metropol Hotel. We only want to conclude the right deal. ”


Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at He can be reached at: [email protected]

Latest News

US Senate approves Trump trial rules

The US Senate approved early Wednesday morning the rules for the trial of President Donald Trump, and this included...

North Korea shuts the borders for tourists to prevent Corona virus

North Korea has taken measures to tackle the pneumonia caused by the Corona virus, which broke out in Wuhan, central China. The North Korean newspaper...

Corona virus deaths rose to nine: CNHC restricts Wuhan residents from leaving the city

The China National Health Commission today called on Wuhan residents restricted to the city and reduce public meetings to prevent corona virus outbreaks. The government...

Corona Virus: Canada enhances infection control measures

Canadian hospitals and airports are putting in place enhanced infection-control measures as they prepare for the possible arrival of Corona virus that China confirmed...

Facebook plans 1000 new jobs

In view of the increase in hate and false messages, the online service Facebook has announced that it will create 1,000 new jobs in...

Related News