That's it from our coverage of this extraordinary day.
Most analysts and media had been expecting at least some small deal to emerge from the second round of talks between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un - perhaps a loose peace declaration (but the Korean War is still not over), or North Korea agreeing to close its Yongbyon plant (which instead will keep producing fissile material for nuclear weapons), or an agreement on sanctions (which will continue to stop North Korea from trading or interacting freely with the outside world).
Instead, Mr Trump emerged with little more than nice words, saying: "Sometimes you have to walk and this was one of those times."
The sticking point was sanctions, he said. "They wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety and we couldn't do that."
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