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Trump, SKorea's Moon vow to keep max pressure on NKorea
President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who are both planning to meet North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un this spring, pledged to maintain "maximum pressure" on his authoritarian regime and seek action on giving up his nukes
Japan's Abe: NKorea must take real steps to denuclearization
Japan's leader is calling on North Korea to take concrete steps toward denuclearization
Japan govt altered documents in scandal linked to Abe's wife
Japan's Finance Ministry has acknowledged that it doctored documents in a widening scandal linked to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife that has rattled his government
S. Korea praises China's role in nudging N. Korea to talks
South Korea's national security director is praising the role of Chinese President Xi Jinping in nudging North Korea toward denuclearization talks, following word of a possible summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Japan marks 7th anniversary of tsunami that killed 18,000
Japanese in Tokyo and along the northeast coast are marking the seventh anniversary of the 2011 tsunami that took more than 18,000 lives and triggered meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear power plant
Trump believes North Korea will keep word on missile tests
President Donald Trump says he believes North Korea will honor its pledge to suspend missile tests while he and its leader Kim Jong Un prepare for direct talks.
Steel standoff: EU, Japan press ally US for tariff exemption
The European Union and Japan pressed U.S. President Donald Trump's trade envoy Saturday to exempt them, as longtime U.S. allies, from upcoming steel tariffs that have sparked fears of a new trade war
The Latest: Trump says North Korea deal would be 'very good'
President Donald Trump says a deal with North Korea, "if completed," will be very good for the world
ANALYSIS: Where Trump may meet Kim
With President Trump set to hold an historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , the first thing they will need to decide is where to meet. Right off the bat, the venue will set the tone for the talks. Will one of them host the other? Will they pick a neutral venue? The location of the
Trump and Kim Jong Un's planned meeting draws praise from China, Russia, Japan
President Donald Trump 's plan to meet face-to-face with North Korea 's Kim Jong Un elicited expressions of cautious optimism from some of the countries that may have the most at stake from Pyongyang's nuclear program. "Meeting being planned!" Trump tweeted late Thursday ET, just hours after he