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North Korea, South Korea in Talks to Try Ending Decades-Long War

North Korea and South Korea Are Meeting to end Their Decades-long War…

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un sat down to a summit on April 27 in a village on the border, Reuters reported.

A historic handshake… some thought no one would ever see, happened between the two leaders of North and South Korea.

In an unannounced sit-down with the media –  President Trump made a remark with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe by his side. “They have my blessing on that,” Trump said.

Although much has yet to be said about the goal of the summit, a recent report said that the two sides may announce an official end to the military standoff on the Korean peninsula, Bloomberg reported.

The war began in 1950. Without ever signing a peace treaty, North and South Korea are technically still at war.

This is a developing story; check back for updates.

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