Korea summit’s positive mood appears to break 65 years of North and South animosity

When the two men shook hands, it was as if old friends were catching up after a long separation, and 65 years of animosity and occasional spilt blood seemed to wash away in an instant.

At least that is how it appeared as the world’s newest double act – the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president – met at the world’s most militarised border.

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