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US-North Korea talks: A look ahead to second historic summit

After last year's handshake made history, critics want the second Trump-Kim summit, this time in Vietnam, to make progress. Washington and Pyongyang say they are ready to work in parallel, but what does that mean? Is Donald Trump capable of proving he's the master of the deal? And can Kim Jong Un survive without nuclear weapons? We speak to analyst David Kim from the Stimson Center.

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Also, we discover the Indian train delivering free healthcare to the country's poor. Over nearly 30 years, the Lifeline Express has treated over 10 million patients, thanks to NGOs and private donations.

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