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Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un reach out to shake hands at the start of the first meeting between a sitting US president and his North Korean counterpart, at the Capella Hotel in Singapore.
Mr Trump waves as he and Mr Kim leave the stage. They have promised to end a decades-long nuclear stand-off.
The two leaders sign documents that acknowledge the progress of the talks, with the North Korean leader promising “complete denuclearisation” and the US pledging security guarantees for Pyongyang. They are flanked by Kim Yo Jong, sister of Mr Kim, and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Mr Trump holds up the document signed by him and Mr Kim at the summit in Singapore.
The president speaks during a news conference after the meeting.
Members of the US delegation, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, far right, and John Bolton, national security adviser, far left, and North Korean advisers watch a televised screening of Mr Trump meeting Mr Kim during the summit.
The two leaders shake hands as they sit down with their respective delegations for the summit, following a private discussion that kicked off the historic meeting.
Employees at a foreign exchange trading company in Tokyo watch the event. The US dollar strengthened against its Asian peers in the lead-up to the summit on Tuesday, with equities across the region broadly higher once the meeting had begun.
Mr Trump gestures towards Mr Kim’s seat before the document signing.
The two leaders leave the signing ceremony.
Mr Kim walks with Mr Trump during a break in talks.
The car carrying the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un leaves after the meeting.
US President Donald Trump boards Air Force One after the summit.
Mr Kim spent the evening before the summit visiting some of Singapore’s tourist sites, with Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore’s foreign minister, left, and Ong Ye Kung, the country’s education minister — prompting the trio to post a selfie media.
A visitor on Tuesday walks past prayer ribbons wishing for reunification of the two Koreas on the wire fence at the Imjingak pavilion, near the demilitarised zone (DMZ) in Paju, South Korea.
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