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Koreas draw closer in 'soccer diplomacy'

Jan 02, 2019 - USA Today

CHUNCHEON, South Korea - This time last year, the situation on the Korean Peninsula looked dire. North Korea spent most of 2017 conducting one provocative missile test after another and detonated its most powerful nuclear device, a hydrogen bomb, in September.

On Twitter, President Donald Trump threatened "fire and fury" and taunted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, calling him "little rocket man." Kim fired back, bashing Trump as a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard." The war of words seemed l...