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Trump-Kim Summit

Kim starts 3-day train journey to Hanoi for summit with Trump

Joint statement in progress, but skeptics point to North's covert facilities

Chinese police guarded a bridge near the China-North Korea border as they waited for a train carrying Kim Jong Un to pass through.   © Reuters

DANDONG, China/SEOUL -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left Pyongyang Station on Saturday for Hanoi, the official Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday. His special train will pass through China en route to Vietnam, where he will meet U.S. President Donald Trump for a second time.

He is accompanied by officials including Kim Yong Chol, the chief negotiator and vice chairman of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea's Central Committee, KCNA said. 

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