Asked by reporters why he didn't talk to North Korea about human rights atrocities, Trump said: "Because I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you."
- by Philip Rucker
North Korean state television aired a 42-minute long documentary offering a different view of Kim Jong-un's meeting with President Donald Trump in Singapore.
- by Adam Taylor
South Korea's ambassador to Australia also says progress towards denuclearisation would not have been possible without Donald Trump.
- by Fergus Hunter
Trump's critics have compared his withdrawal from the highly detailed Iran nuclear deal and his willingness to accept vague pledges from Kim Jong-un.
- by Matthew Lee
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo disclosed the statement between Trump and Kim had not captured all of what had been agreed by the two sides.
- by David Brunnstrom
North Korea is "no longer a nuclear threat" and everyone can "sleep well tonight", Donald Trump tweeted.
- by John Wagner
Kim Jong-un was clad in his favorite Mao-style suit, wore the same horn-rimmed glasses and maintained his trademark high-cut hairstyle.