United States and North Korean leaders hold historic talks, promising new relationship between both nations

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have become the first sitting US president and North Korean leader to meet, an unprecedented development after a year of exchanging threats. The pair shook hands at a luxury hotel on Singapore's Sentosaisland before proceeding to talks. After the summit the leaders signed a "comprehensive" document, promising a new relationship between the nations.

They had been discussing defusing tensions and nuclear disarmament. The document commits North Korea to work towards denuclearisation and promises "new, relations" between Washington and Pyongyang. At a signing ceremony the leaders gave brief comments to the press but failed to elaborate their views on the document.