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North Korea-South Korea Relations / Summit #1123919

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The summit meeting between North Korea & South Korea introduced; scenes shown of Kim Jong Un greeting President Moon Jae-in†† on the South Korean side of the DMZ.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; South Korea: Will Ripley; no location given: Christian Amanpour) How this is the first time a North Korean leader has stepped on the south side in a new era of diplomacy after charged rhetoric from Kim & President Trump with several sessions between the two leaders with symbolic ceremonies discussed; live scenes from the DMZ of ceremonies shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Ripley, Will;
Amanpour, Christian

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