Korea nuke crisis on path to resolution?

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Resolution of Korea nuke crisis

North Korea’s nuclear dispute is heading for an apparent resolution, something that has surprised experts on the Korean Peninsula’s crisis. North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-un, has said his country no longer needs missile or nuclear tests. He’s set to meet with South Korea’s leader and the US president in the near future. Experts believe that the North Korean leader’s ultimate goal is to have Pyongyang recognized as a nuclear power and have crippling international sanctions against his country lifted.

Turkey's snap elections

The Turkish president has announced snap elections more than 18 months sooner than planned. For the first time in Turkey, parliamentary and presidential elections will be held under a new system which will give the new president increased powers. The vote will finally mark Turkey's switch from a parliamentary to a presidential system, a transformation President Recep Tayyip Erdogan narrowly pulled off in a referendum last year.

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