Trump: North Korea sent back remains of 200 US soldiers

North Korea has sent back to the US the remains of 200 US soldiers killed in the Korean War in the 1950s, US President Donald Trump told a rally of supporters in Duluth, Minnesota. The agreement to repatriate wartime remains is one of the key points of a document signed by Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un during a summit in Singapore. Earlier media reports this week said Pyongyang would send them in a matter of days.