Trump Kim summit: Talks were 'honest and direct', US president says Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionKim: "The world will see a major change" US President Donald Trump says his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that ended in a joint agreement were "honest, direct and productive".
Mr Trump said he would halt "war games" while Mr Kim had promised to destroy a missile testing site.
Their agreement also included a commitment from Mr Kim to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.
It is the first time a sitting US president and North Korean leader have met.
LIVE: Follow the latest summit updates Handshake moment explained in pictures Diplomacy on a plate: What did they eat? The pair shook hands, held talks together and ate lunch accompanied by advisers.
It caps a remarkable turnaround for the two, who only last year were engaged in angry threats.
What did they agree?The summit centred on nuclear disarmament and reducing tensions.
Trump Kim summit: Handshake moment explained in pictures
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have finally shaken hands. But nobody knew exactly how it would play out. Here we break down the images from an extraordinary morning to explain how each moment unfolded.
First of all, an (almost) empty stage
The last finishing touches were made to the red carpet at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island with North Korean and US flags seen as a bold backdrop. It's safe to say that there has rarely if ever been a time when the North Korean and American flags flew side-by-side quite like this. It's a symbolic win for Kim, showing both players come together on equal terms.
What you don't see in the picture is the media swarm on the other side of the photo, poised for that historic handshake.
They enter: stage left, stage right
Almost as if they had rehearsed this moment, Mr Trump entered from the righ..
Trump Kim summit: What food was on the diplomatic menu? Image copyright whitewish Image caption They did not eat this many Korean dishes For a man who likes well-done steaks with a side of tomato ketchup, it was quite a complicated menu.
"Green mango kerabu with honey lime dressing and fresh octopus"; "Oiseon - Korean stuffed cucumber"; "Daegu jorim - soy-braised cod fish with radish, Asian vegetables".
There were lots of words President Trump is likely to have been unfamiliar with. And the watching Twitterati were bemused.
Sasa Petricic, a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation journalist, asked whether the two leaders would "reach the HaagenDazs without a melt-down, or will things go sour by the crispy pork?"
Others pondered whether Trump would eat something like octopus.
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Australian city pulls tourism ad over 'whitewash' controversy Image copyright ROCKHAMPTION REGIONAL COUNCIL Image caption Aboriginal Australians criticised the advert for its lack of diversity An Australian city has removed a tourism advert from the internet after it was accused of a "whitewash" of indigenous people and ethnic minorities.
The advert for Rockhampton, Queensland, was published on Monday and showed scenes of people and local attractions.
But indigenous Australians criticised it for depicting only white people, with one calling it "paternalistic".
The city council removed the video and apologised following a backlash online.
Skip Twitter post by @pauldutton1968 When 60 000 years of existence means nothing. #Apparently https://t.co/jjRy163mW7
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Skip Twitter post by @amymcquire What a whitewash!! via @peta_ivy_ https://t.co/0A4opWyq25
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