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N. Korean refugees in LA on the canceled US-North Korea summit: We never got our hopes up

LOS ANGELES - When the 34-year-old woman saw the news Thursday morning, she couldn't help but smirk.

The world had been holding its breath for the unprecedented summit between a sitting U.S. president and North Korea's leader, but she knew better than to get her hopes up. Many were caught off guard when President Donald Trump abruptly called off the meeting early Thursday, citing hostile comments from North Korea - but she knew from the

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