(Reuters)
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Who is the former North Korean spy chief heading to the U.S.?
When Kim Yong Chol lands in New York, he will become the most senior North Korean envoy to hold talks with American officials on U.S. soil in 18 years. The former spy chief is a trusted adviser to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, playing a pivotal role in preparations for a historic summit between Kim and President Trump.
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