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was the handshakes seen around the world.>>
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>> Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un's big summit in Singapore made waves not only in Asia but thousands of miles away in Los Angeles as well. There was no holding back the enthusiasm at a restaurant in the city's Korea town.
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Where people with both North and South Korean ties mingled.>>
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> I think the two leaders are both authoritarian. In terms of that, I'm still a bit worried how the meeting will end.>> And North Koreans are also following the story. State newspapers have crammed their front pages with photos of Kim, putting out stories much faster than they usually do.
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But one of the key players watched from the sidelines in Seoul. President Moon Jae In helps move the way to today's summit by welcoming North Korea at the Winter Olympics and meeting with Kim.>>
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It will open a new error of complete denuclearization peace and anew relationship between South Korea, North Korea and United States.>> If Trump and Kim are able to make a diplomatic break through it would mean a sea change in security on the Korean peninsula and across all of Asia.
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Japanese broadcasters also went live with the meeting although not all viewers were optimistic.>>
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The coverage seems to show a new confidence among North Korean officials that their country has finally been accepted onto the world stage.