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Trump's Beltway: Trump and Putin meet at G-20 and 'travel ban' goes ahead

Also, cyber-attacks against nuclear power plants and US labour participation increase.

Nathan Smith
Mon, 10 Jul 2017

In the final statement issued at the conclusion of the annual G-20 summit in Hamburg, the US was isolated for its departure from the Paris Climate Accords.

"In the end, the negotiations on climate reflect dissent – all against the United States of America," German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who

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Nathan Smith
Mon, 10 Jul 2017
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