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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, prepares to shake hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in over the military demarcation line at the border village of Panmunjom in Demilitarized Zone Friday, April 27, 2018. Their discussions will be expected to focus on whether the North can be persuaded to give up its nuclear bombs. (Korea Summit Press Pool via AP)
The Latest: Leaders of Koreas discuss denuclearizationSeoul: Leaders of 2 Koreas discuss denuclearization during historic summit at border
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Man convicted of mailing fatal cyanide set to be sentencedA Maine man is due to be sentenced later this week following his conviction for mailing cyanide to a suicidal Englishman
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In this image taken from video provided by Korea Broadcasting System Friday, April 27, 2018, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, crosses the border into South Korea, along with South Korean President Moon Jae-in for their historic face-to-face talks, in Panmunjom. Their discussions will be expected to focus on whether the North can be persuaded to give up its nuclear bombs.(Korea Broadcasting System via AP)
Korean summit starts with a handshake, after year of tensionAfter a year of tensions, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have started their summit with a handshake
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FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2018, file photo, Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, arrives to attend a luncheon with South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon in Seoul, South Korea. Kim, believed to be in her late 20s or early 30s, is Kim Jong Un’s younger sister who is in charge of the North’s propaganda affairs. Some experts say she’s virtually the North’s No. 2 after her brother executed, purged and demoted many ranking officials who could pose a threat to his absolute rule. (Kim Sung-doo/Yonhap via AP, File)
All in the family: Kim Jong Un's sister joins him at summitKim Jong Un's younger sister takes a prominent place at the table for the first North-South Korea summit in more than a decade
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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures as he arrives at the airport in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, early Friday April 27, 2018. Modi is in China for what Chinese state media has described as a two-day "informal meeting" with Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Chinatopix via AP)
China-India leaders meet amid border tensionsThe leaders of India and China are meeting amid tensions along their contested border and a rivalry for influence among their smaller neighbors
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A father from Honduras gets a free haircut while his daughter cries at his lap, at the Alfa & Omega migrant shelter in Mexicali, Mexico, Thursday, April 26, 2018, as they make their way north with a caravan of Central American migrants. The caravans have been a fairly common tactic for years among advocacy groups to bring attention to Central American citizens seeking asylum in the U.S. to escape political persecution or criminal threats from gangs. (AP Photo/Hans-Maximo Musielik)
Migrant 'caravan' gathers on US-Mexico border for final pushAbout 170 people in a caravan of Central Americans traveled in tourist buses Thursday for the final leg of their monthlong journey to seek asylum in the United States
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FILE - In this June 18, 2014, file photo, a detainee sits in a holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing facility in Brownsville, Texas. The Associated Press has learned that a Senate subcommittee has found that the government risks placing migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep the children safe. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool, File)
Federal agency says it lost track of 1,475 migrant childrenA Senate subcommittee has found that federal officials lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children last year after a government agency placed the minors in the custody of adult sponsors in communities nationwide
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Sacramento Sheriff's deputies carry evidence taken from the home of suspect Joseph DeAngelo to a sheriff's vehicle Thursday, April 26, 2018, in Citrus Heights, Calif. DeAngelo was taken into custody, Tuesday, on suspicion of committing multiple slayings and dozens of rapes in the 1970's and 1980's in California. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Investigators: DNA from genealogy site caught serial killerProsecutors say they used online genealogical sites to find a DNA match for a California serial killing suspect
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US seeks to extradite 'El Chapo' case suspect from CaribbeanA Canadian known as "Russian Mike" who has been charged in the drug trafficking case involving notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is fighting extradition to the U.S. from the Caribbean
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In this image released by the White House, then-CIA director Mike Pompeo shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang, North Korea, during a 2018 East weekend trip. President Donald Trump revealed more information about Pompeo's secret trip to North Korea, saying Pompeo wasn't supposed to meet with Kim, but that they ended up talking for more than an hour. Pompeo, who won Senate confirmation April 26, to become secretary of state, was the most senior U.S. official to meet a North Korean leader since 2000. (White House via AP)
Trump says NKorea has made nuclear concessions before talksPresident Donald Trump says that North Korea's Kim Jong Un has made concessions over the pariah nation's nuclear weapons before even sitting down for talks, while the U.S. hasn't given up anything
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In First 4 Months of the Year, Saudi Arabia Beheaded 48Human Rights Watch is calling on Saudi Arabia to fix its "notoriously unfair criminal justice system" after revealing that over the past four months, 48 people have been executed in the country. Half of those people were put to death over non-violent drug charges, the group says. Rights experts are...
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FILE - In this file photo dated Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, U.S. Democrat Rohit 'Ro' Khanna, from California is interviewed in Los Angeles, USA.  Polish officials on Thursday April 26, 2018, criticized the claim of congressman Khanna, that a new Polish law glorifies Nazi collaborators and denies the Holocaust, as part of a bipartisan effort urging the U.S. State Department to pressure Poland and Ukraine to combat what they see as state-sponsored anti-Semitism. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, FILE)
Poland criticizes US claim that Polish law glorifies NazismPoland's government has criticized the claim by a U.S. congressman that a new Polish law glorifies Nazi collaborators and denies the Holocaust
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