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G20 summit: Trump plays hard to get with Putin as trade dominates bilateral discussions

Independent Friday, 30 November 2018
World leaders are discussing some of the most pressing issues across the globe, from the murder of a Saudi journalist to escalating trade wars
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According to Reuters, G20 member nations were still struggling to reach agreement on major issues including trade, migration and climate change as world leaders began arriving in Buenos Aires ahead of a summit starting on Friday. A German government source said that “This is not a good year for...

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