This file photo taken on September 5, 2017 shows a woman standing near Chinese flags on a section of the Broken Bridge, in the border city of Dandong, in China's northeast Liaoning province. / AFP / GREG BAKER
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China's top diplomat expressed support for a formal end to the state of war on the Korean Peninsula in a rare meeting Thursday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang.Kim reiterated his commitment to denuclearization during the talks with Wang, according to China's account of the meeting.Last year the North staged its most powerful nuclear test to date and launched missiles capable of reaching the U.S. mainland as Kim and Trump traded threats of war and personal insults, sparking global security fears.But early this year Kim suggested opening diplomatic channels, changing the global calculus and bringing about new hopes for peace, enhanced by a meeting between the North's leader and his counterpart President Moon Jae-in last Friday.
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