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India welcomes 'positive' Kim-Trump meeting, but calls for end to North Korea-Pakistan nuclear nexus

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Wednesday, 13 June 2018 ()

The US-North Korea Summit that saw Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un sign a joint statement was largely received warmly across the globe.
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