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Singapore summit: How the world reacted to Donald Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-un

It started with a handshake, and then Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un pledged to work towards a new era for the Korean Peninsula. 

Kim signed a document which the world hopes will set in motion denuclearisation, while Mr Trump promised to end "war games" with ally South Korea, a significant concession.

The meeting ended weeks of on-again, off-again brinksmanship, and observers are divided on whether promises will be kept and stability achieved in north-east Asia.

But  the reaction from across the world towards a dramatic day in Singapore was generally one of  hope – except perhaps from Iran.

This is how the world reacted.

Britain

Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, said Kim Jong-un had finally…

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