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State Department warns that Americans shouldn't travel to North Korea "due to the serious risk of arrest and long-term detention of U.S. nationals." Americans who wish to visit despite the risks must obtain a special passport issued by the State Department on an "extremely limited basis," according to its website. You shouldn't take these requirements lightly, either — if you try to travel to North Korea on a U.S. passport without federal approval, your U.S. passport could be revoked , or you could be charged with a felony. Getting a special passport isn't exactly easy. The State Department has to verify that your visit is "in the national interest." The only justified scenarios listed by the State Department include: journalists gathering information about North Korea; representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross or the American Red Cross traveling on an officially-sponsored Red Cross mission; or people visiting for "compelling humanitarian" reasons. Getty Images/Getty Images News/Getty Images If the State Department does grant you a special passport to visit North Korea, its pre-travel tips are bleak. The agency advises that you draft a will, designate insurance beneficiaries, and discuss your funeral plans with loved ones before your trip.
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Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Kim Jong Un makes surprise visit to China 00:56 North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made his first foreign trip since assuming power in 2011, meeting China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing and discussing giving up the country's nuclear weapons, according to Chinese state media. Kim, who made the surprise trip to the Chinese capital at Beijing's request, said he felt compelled to personally inform President Xi of the rapid diplomatic developments on the Korean Peninsula in recent weeks, Xinhua reported. The visit represents stunning shift for Kim, who appears to be fashioning himself as a leader in search of a peaceful solution to the crisis on the Korean Peninsula. It's in sharp contrast to 2017, when Kim oversaw a string of missile and nuclear tests that drew the ire of the international community. Kim's trip was the first of three potential meetings with some of the world's most powerful leaders. Kim is set to attend a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in next month, and will later meet US President Donald Trump, in what would be an historic first encounter between a sitting US President and a North Korean leader. Trump tweeted Wednesday that Xi told him his meeting with Kim went "very well." The US President added he was optimistic Kim will "do what is right for his people and for humanity. Look forward to our meeting!" Received message last night from XI JINPING of China that his meeting with KIM JONG UN went very well and that KIM looks forward to his meeting with me. In the meantime, and unfortunately, maximum sanctions and pressure must be maintained at all cost! RELATED: Why Kim Jong Un made a secret trip to China Kim made his trip "at the invitation" of Xi, state media from both countries reported.
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