'Where is Singapore?': Trump-Kim summit a public relations coup for tiny city state
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SINGAPORE – As images of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un strolling by revellers at a rooftop bar the night before an unprecedented meeting with President Donald Trump circulated around social media sites, US citizens started asking “Where is Singapore?”.
Singapore, the tiny South-east Asian city state that played host to nuclear talks earlier this week, was the most searched term on Internet search engine Google in the United States on Monday (June 11) with over two million hits.