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- A North Korean official is believed to have arrived in Beijing late on Monday, but China has remained quiet about what could potentially be a historic visit by leader Kim Jong Un.
- While China doesn’t appear to be hiding the visit from the public eye, experts say North Korea likely told Beijing to keep the content of the meeting under wraps.
- Beijing might also be hesitant to publicize a high-profile China-North Korea meeting in case the outcome isn’t what it desires.
A mysterious armored train and a large motorcade were seen in China’s capital late on Monday, believed to be carrying a high-level North Korean official.
Several videos of the presidential-style motorcade surfaced on social media, leading many to speculate that Kim Jong Un was making his first known trip outside of North Korea since becoming leader in 2011. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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