Peace pups: North Korea gives two dogs to South Korea
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U.S. President Donald Trump claims he and Kim Jong Un are "in love," but he's not the one getting gifts from the North Korean leader.

Last week, Pyongyang sent two rare Pungsans, Korean hunting dogs, to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, as a token of the growing friendship between the two countries.

Named Songgang and Gomi, the dogs were transferred via the truce village at Panmunjom on the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between the Koreas on Sept. 27, along with three kilos (6.6 lb) of food to help...


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