Kim heads back to North Korea ... four hours early
NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has boarded his private train and headed back to Pyongyang after directing some harsh criticism at Washington during his first summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mr Kim said the US negotiated in “bad faith” when he met President Donald Trump in Hanoi two months ago.
Mr Kim left about four and a half hours earlier than planned, Russian news agencies reported.
It was not immediately known why he decided to return home from Vladivostok early.
The Kremlin said it intends to brief the US on the contents of the summit as soon as the Russian delegation returns to Moscow.