Scott Niedermayer, North Korea, Kim Jong Hoon discussed on AP 24 Hour News


Today. A couple of ducks reach milestones in the team's win over the capital Sunday night before the game hall of Famer Scott Niedermayer had his number twenty seven retired. He kept on the team to it's only Stanley Cup in two thousand seven. He's also the ninth player in NHL history to have his number retired by two teams, the devils retired his number back in two thousand eleven and goalie Ryan Miller returned to the ice after two months making twenty three saves against the capitals giving him three hundred seventy five career wins. That makes him the all time wins leader by a US board goaltender breaking its with John Vanbiesbrouck Miller called it a nice moment saying when he was growing up watching hockey, then s- Brooke was definitely a goalie. He looked up to. With a second US North Korea summit just days away. AP's Charles de LA desma reports a former North Korean diplomats as the nation's leader has no intention of giving up its nuclear weapons young ho who defected to South Korea. In two thousand sixteen says next week's meeting in Vietnam will be a failure. If President Donald Trump can't get Kim's on to declare he will abandon all of its nuclear facilities and weapons and return North Korea to the nuclear non-proliferation agreement taste says the most leader CC's upcoming second summit with Trump as a chance to cement his country's status as a nuclear weapons state is the highest level North Korean diplomat to defect to the south. I'm charleston. That's my. Pyongyang is upgrading its overcrowded. Mass transit system. There are new subway cars trams and buses on the road to show that leader Kim Jong Hoon is raising the country's standard of living. The improvements are a welcome change for the North Korean capital is roughly three million residents. Mass transit in Pyongyang can be slow and uncomfortable, the tram system in particular is among the most crowded in the world. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire tourneys.

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