Donald Trump has become the first sitting US president to set foot in North Korea, after meeting Kim Jong-un in the area dividing the two Koreas.
Mr Trump and the North Korean leader posed for handshakes before talking for nearly an hour in the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ).
Both countries agreed to set up teams to resume stalled nuclear talks.
Their last summit broke down in February with no progress on denuclearisation in North Korea.
Critics have dismissed the occasion â the two leadersâ third face-to-face encounter in just over a year â as a political theatre and say North Korea still needs to show that it is serious in getting rid of its nuclear weapons.
What happened at the DMZ?
In a meeting apparently arranged after Mr Trump invited Mr Kim on Twitter on Saturday, they shook hands across the demarcation line between the Koreas before Mr Trump briefly crossed into North Korea, a symbolic milestone.
âGood to see you again. I never expected to meet you at this place,â a smiley Mr Kim told Mr Trump through an interpreter in an encounter broadcast live on international television.
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