DONALD TRUMP AND KIM JONG-UN HAVE RESUMED PEACE TALKS
US President Donald Trump has made history and becomes the first sitting US President to enter North Korea.
Him and Kim Jong-un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea, met in rather unexpected talks triggered by a simple tweet.
During Trump's visit to Japan to participate in the G20 Summit, he asked if he could "shake hands and say Hello" to the North Korean leader via Twitter.
Kim accepted his offer the day before they met, and extended the invitation to a short catch-up meeting to restart peace talks, which broke down earlier this year after a failed summit in Vietnam.
After a meeting with Moon Jae-in, the President of South Korea, Trump traveled down to the DMZ. Jae-in and Secret Service officials stood behind him and did not follow him into North Korea.
Both Kim and Trump appeared to be very calm as they approached each other. Kim started the conversation with "I did not expect to meet you here!" and invited Trump into his country.
They then both spent an hour in a short meeting where they agreed to reopen nuclear talks. In this meeting, Trump invited Kim to come to the United States for negotiations. It's currently unknown whether Kim accepted this.
The two stepped out with beaming smiles and praised each other infront of the media, with Kim calling Trump "brave".