North Korea Not Holding Annual Anti-US Rally

KIM JONG UN AND PRESIDENT TRUMP-GETTY IMAGES

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Well here's a step in the right direction for US-North Korean relations. The hermit nation's anti-US rally has been cancelled.

The annual event, which marks the anniversary of the start of the Korean War, drew a reported 100,000 people last year.

Following the rally, the country normally hosts a month of anti-US/Korean War-focused events designed to strengthen nationalism and unity, wrapping with a celebration called "Victory in the Fatherland Liberation War" on July 27th.

Reuters says the US is preparing "specific asks" from North Korea following the historic summit between President Trump and dictator Kim Jong-un.

Do you think this is another example that North Korea is committed to working with the US to denuclearize? 

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