US-North Korea Summit: Japan pushing for demands to be met

Donald Trump may invite North Korea’s leader to the White House if Tuesday's summit in Singapore goes well.

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    The US president raised the possibility while hosting Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - who wants the release of Japanese citizens allegedly abducted by the North Koreans decades ago.

    Donald Trump believes the summit in Singapore can make progress towards North Korea abandoning its nuclear programme.

    But insists he could still walk away.

    Al Jazeera’s Alan Fisher has more from Washington.


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