Kim Jong-un special pulls out of China
A special train believed to be carrying Kim Jong-un has departed Beijing after a two-day visit by the North Korean leader to China.
Mr Kim could not be seen but he was presumed to be on board the long train as it crossed on elevated tracks over a busy Beijing street and headed towards eastern China and the border with North Korea.
Mr Kim's trip to China - his fourth in the past 10 months - is believed to be an effort to co-ordinate with his only major ally ahead of a possible second summit with US President Donald Trump.
Details of his visit have not been released, but Mr Kim reportedly met Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Earlier Mr Kim's motorcade headed out to an unannounced destination for about an hour.
It's believed Mr Kim visited a technology development zone and toured a factory.