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  Kim Jong-un says 3rd summit with Trump possible  
 
     
 
  Kim Jong-un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), said he is willing to meet the US president again on certain conditions, the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported on Saturday.

Kim made the remarks in his policy speech marking the First Session of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) on Friday, a day after he was re-elected as chairman of the DPRK's State Affairs Commission (SAC).

"If the United States adopts a correct posture and comes to the third DPRK-US summit with a certain methodology that can be shared with us, we can think of holding one more (round of) talks," Kim said. "It is necessary for both sides not to table their unilateral demands but find out a constructive solution to meet each other's interests."
 
 
 
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Moon under pressure as US-NK stalemate continues
 
   
 
President Moon Jae-in may be relieved to see positive signs of another round of US-North Korea talks over denuclearization, but challenges remain for him, as Seoul has very little leverage with Pyongyang.
 
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China, CEECs agree on more connectivity cooperation
 
   
 
China and the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) on Friday agreed to enhance connectivity to achieve more development. The agreement was part of the Dubrovnik Guidelines for Cooperation between China and the CEECs.
 
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Interactive: Indonesia's big election
 
   
 
President Joko Widodo faces former general Prabowo Subianto, his old rival from the 2014 election, in the April 17 polls. Click to find out what is at stake in Indonesia’s big rematch.
 
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Nepal crash was under an inexperienced co-pilot’s command
 
   
 
A relatively inexperienced co-pilot was at the controls when a Summit Air plane started to skid during its attempt to take off at Lukla airport, causing it to lose control and run into an exterior fence.
 
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