U.S., N.Korea Still Wrangling Over Summit Agenda
The U.S. and North Korea sit down Wednesday for more talks about the agenda for the summit between their two leaders next week in Vietnam. "At the moment, nothing has been agreed between the two sides," a diplomatic source said. "The success or failure of the summit depends on the outcome of these working-level talks a week ahead of the summit."
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Moon Discusses N.Korea Summit with Trump
President Moon Jae-in talked with his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump on the phone on Tuesday night about the upcoming U.S.-North Korea summit and other issues. Their conversation went on for about 35 minutes.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korean Officials Prepare for Kim Jong-un's Vietnam Trip
North Korean officials are busy preparing for their leader Kim Jong-un's visit in Vietnam amid tight security as a second U.S.-North Korea summit looms in Hanoi. The team reportedly includes Kim Chang-son, Kim Jong-un's de facto chief of staff.
BUSINESS
Iranian Firm Wins Right to Seize Korean Businesses' Assets
Iran's Dayyani group is targeting the overseas assets of Korean businesses after the Korean government failed to pay compensation for the firm's failure to acquire Daewoo in 2010.