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US signals major change on North Korea after South Korea's president agrees to meet Kim Jong Un

US Vice President Mike Pence signalled a major shift in US policy on North Korea after leaving the Winter Olympics. The Trump administration will now talk to Kim Jong Un's regime without preconditions. Pence's announcement follows North Korea extending an invitation to South Korean President Moon Jae In to be the first-ever head of state to meet Kim Jong Un. North Korea put on a charm offensive at the Olympics, but sources said it has a weak position, and may only be trying to buy time or put off an eventual war.
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