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By Darlene Superville and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
HAMBURG, Germany — President Donald Trump opened his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday by raising U.S. concerns about Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said. He said Putin denied…
By Vivian Salama, Josh Lederman and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
HAMBURG, Germany — The United States and Russia have reached agreement on a cease-fire in southwest Syria, three U.S. officials said Friday as President Donald Trump held his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
HAMBURG, Germany — President Donald Trump voiced optimism that there are "very positive things" in store for the United States and Russia as he sat down with President Vladimir Putin on Friday for an historic first meeting.
HAMBURG, Germany — With broad grins and a warm handshake, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin warmed up for their historic encounter on Friday under the shadow of U.S. outrage about Russian election-meddling and nagging questions about potential…
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump began his second overseas trip in Poland by doing something he was criticized for not doing on his first: offering America's full commitment to the NATO alliance. The president also declared that the West would triumph over its…
By Associated Press
World leaders are gathering in the city for a meeting of the Group of 20 economic powers.
In the our news wrap Wednesday, hundreds of demonstrators dressed as zombies in a peaceful protest in Hamburg, Germany. The city is bracing for mass demonstrations of up to 100,000 people in the lead-up to this weekend’s G20 Summit. Also,…
By James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations
The G20 summit on July 7-8 comes amid tensions over trade, climate, and refugee policy and increased uncertainty over the U.S. commitment to multilateral institutions. Read more in this Council on Foreign Relations backgrounder.
By Julie Pace and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Jolted to attention by a horrifying terror spree in Paris, world leaders pledged a renewed fight Sunday against the Islamic State group, but offered little in the way of a revamped counter-terrorism strategy.
Leaders from the U.S., Russia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey are meeting in Vienna this weekend to discuss ways to end the war in Syria and a post-war transitional government. Julie Hirschfeld Davis of The New York Times joins Hari…
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