Biden, South Korea's Yoon to meet amid concerns over North Korea

Leader Kim Jong Un abandoned a freeze on intercontinental ballistic missile testing and appears poised to resume testing of nuclear bombs, perhaps while Biden is in the region

US President, Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden

President Joe Biden is likely to get a warm welcome from South Korea's leadership on his first trip to Asia, but he may face a less friendly greeting from North

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First Published: May 20 2022 | 8:59 AM IST

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