The European Union's foreign policy chief said the other nations would "protect the freedom of their economic operators."
The two Korean leaders said they had "agreed on a way to achieve denuclearization."
"We will both prove everyone wrong!" Trump said of himself and Kim Jong Un on Twitter. "There is nothing like good dialogue from two people that like each other! Much better than before I took office."
Netanyahu is declaring we are embattled—and that means we cannot allow too much dissent.
Putin and Trump have the capacity and responsibility to cooperate to make sure we are not humanity's last generation.
President Donald Trump tweeted the letter to him from North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un, who shared kinds words but little policy change.
Israel aims to influence the framework of any U.S.-Saudi nuclear deal to ensure its concerns are taken into account.
"Contrary to our military's suspension of joint Korea-U.S. military exercises, North Korea is conducting military exercises on a scale similar to previous years."
The Sinuiju Cosmetics Factory is known for its special "spring fragrance."
President Donald Trump and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un may finally be getting along, but they have a long way to go before reaching peace.
Hillary Clinton deeply regrets not supporting Iranian protesters. Let us not deeply regret abandonment.
Trump said his relationship with North Korea "is very good" and that he expects "a total denuclearization, which is already starting to take place."
The U.S.-led NATO Western military alliance and Russia accused each other of fueling the Cold War–like crisis across Europe.
The news comes during a period of heightened tensions between Russia and NATO. Moscow's neighbors have expressed concern about Russia in the wake of the 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, as well as Moscow's support for pro-Russian separatists fighting in Ukraine.
The domestic propaganda and international legitimacy win for Kim can't be emphasized enough.
The president told reporters he used to discuss nukes with his uncle "all the time."
China says it "won't be scared" after the U.S. flew two B-52 bombers over the Spratly Islands on Tuesday.