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Our top story: The US and Russian Presidents meet

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Donald Trump says it's an honour to meet Vladimir Putin.

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Their talks at the G20 summit went on for two hours.

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Will it fall to a lot of very positive things happening for Russia

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the United States. And for everyone concerned.

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It's tense on the streets outside the meeting.

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Angela Merkel has called the protests 'unacceptable'.

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In Hamburg, the summit's host, Angela Merkel says much work remains

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before a final declaration can be agreed.

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The world leaders are attending a concert at the moment, if you

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minutes to consider the conversations they have had and the

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deals they may be prepared to make. And in other news: The agonising

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legal battle over the future of the terminally ill baby

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Charlie Gard has taken a new turn. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have

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met for the first time, shaking hands at the G20

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summit in Hamburg. The Russian President

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said he was delighted to discuss things personally,

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rather than on the phone. Details of the substance

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of the conversation may come later. They have agreed to a ceasefire in

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south-western Syria which will come into affect on Sunday.

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There's a lot to talk about, not least the tensions over alleged

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election meddling and Syria, among others.

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The BBC's Ros Atkins is in Hamburg with more.

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Has it been a successful day? I think will only be able to judge on

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the success of this summit come Saturday afternoon when Anglo Merkel

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well on behalf on the whole summit presents a communique which

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regularly kicked all abuzz where they have managed to find common

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ground. Until that point, they are going to leave us guessing, but

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there is no doubt that this has been a day of drama. This is politics at

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the most elevated level, no more powerful politicians than those who

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have gathered here in Hamburg. They have a conundrum to resolve, they

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are all representing their countries and their countries' national

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interest, but the issues they are considering our global issues and

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sometimes global problems which will in the end require global solutions,

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have a resolve that tension will in some ways inform the kind of

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agreements they manage to find. Let's pick up on eBay's events with

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the help of the BBC's North American editor.

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It's hard to overstate the significance of this

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Two men with nuclear arsenals who could blow the world to pieces.

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Two self-proclaimed tough guys who like to win.

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But today at their first face-to-face meeting,

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they were the epitome of restraint and respect.

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Thank you very much, we appreciate it.

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President Putin and I have been discussing various things

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We've had some very, very good talks.

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We are going to talk now and that will continue but we look

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forward to a lot of great, positive things happening

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for Russia, for the United States and for everybody concerned.

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And for his part, Vladimir Putin said, "I am delighted to be able

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to meet you personally, Mr President, and hope,

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as you have said, our meeting will yield positive results".

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But there's a cloud - did Vladimir Putin's interference

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in the presidential election deliver victory to Donald Trump?

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US intelligence agencies have no doubt that Russian

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hacking did take place, and it must have been sanctioned

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by President Putin and was designed to help the Trump campaign.

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The American President, though, insists he won fair and square.

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And then there are the policy differences.

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Trump accused Russia of destabilising Ukraine

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Putin wants sanctions against Russia lifted.

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Trump wants to work with Russia in Syria to help defeat

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so-called Islamic State, but not while Russia is working

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And then there's the family photo, with President Trump in the strange

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But forget any headline of, "President marginalised",

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it seemed there was no shortage of leaders wanting to bend his ear.

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Two big topics - one trade, the other, climate change.

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I was clear to President Trump at how disappointed the UK

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was that the United States have decided to pull out

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And also clear that I hoped they would be able

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to find a way to come back into the Paris Agreement.

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I think that's important for us globally.

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We're not renegotiating the Paris Agreement - that stays -

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but I want to see the United States looking for ways to rejoin.

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Climate change is one of the many issues of concern to the thousands

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of protesters seeking to disrupt the summit.

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Though forget global warming, some were getting

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We're not entirely clear how effective the umbrellas were.

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But there have been ugly scenes of vandalism

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Such has been a concern over security that the First

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Lady Melania Trump was ordered to stay put in her guest house

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Hamburg memorable, then, for who she didn't

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Let's speak to Robert Wright of the Financial Times.

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He is also covering the G20 summit. We have a suitably dramatic music in

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the background from the concert when leaders are. Polly differences

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detailed in that report, Anglo Merkel are still talking about

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finding compromises, it admitting we don't agree on everything but still

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getting on with it. As she demonstrated that is possible? As

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you said earlier, the key thing is what happens this time tomorrow,

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whether we have some kind of compromise deal, and I think it is

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difficult, one guess this is that all these leaders are sounding each

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other out and sizing each other up, they got a very different cast from

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the last time I had a G20 meeting. Many members are in different

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positions, trees are made, the British Prime Minister, very

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substantially weakened, a new French President, so it is about people

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sizing each other up and what has been going on throughout the day. A

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couple of weeks ago I was at the latest EU summit, chased the dynamic

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and it was his debut at that summit, his debut at the G20 now, haven't

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you are a set of impact? Depress President has tried to make a

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similar impact here, there are suggestions that he has been making

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a fairly dramatic intervention, tried to talk up the international

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liberal argument which a view years ago we were all taking for granted,

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the idea that free trade is important and a liberal values are

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important, but those are things we were taken for granted a few years

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ago and he seems to be seeing himself on usually perhaps, by the

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French President, as a standard-bearer for those interested

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in a group of people who are looking at things differently. I had been

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getting messages from people in the UK asking when the UK it's end and

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how Brexit impact on it. The British delegation insist that the UK Prime

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Minister is still an important player here, but I think there is an

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unmistakable sense that Britain has become less important because it is

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not part of this important trading bloc in the UK Prime Minister is

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still an important player here, but I think there is an unmistakable

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sense that Britain has become less important because it is not part of

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this important trading bloc in the way it. A little bit by the fact

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that she called this snap general election, lost the majority and is

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now in a weak position domestically. Very hard boosting to domestically

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and I think one of the revealing things is she has been talking about

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domestic politics today as well as international politics. Clearly she

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has her eye on domestic issues. A quick word about trade, Donald Trump

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is protectionist in his view, he has been critical of free trade. How is

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that sitting with him or free-trade inclinations of some of the other

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leaders? That is one of the things that the British by most asset as an

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objective. He was the boost that forward. The French President is

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also in that position. Says the UK by minister has a deal with this, a

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lot of leaders have two, Donald Trump has to be seen to stand by

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some of the things that surprisingly won him the US election, so I think

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it is going to be hard for those people to give much ground or in

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Donald Trump's case on climate change. There are still plenty of

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people here. Sarah Rainsford joins

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us now from Moscow. Since we last spoke, we are starting

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to get more details on what Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discussed,

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what are you making of those? We have from both sides now, the

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Foreign Minister and Russia and the US Secretary of State, both

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commenting on those talks which they of course where a party to, both of

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them talking about the construction -- constructive conversation, saying

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it was a constructive atmosphere will stop a talk about many things,

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Syria, Ukraine, cyber security. This is where it got interesting, because

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he then met on to say Donald Trump raised the issue of the allegations

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of Russia medley in the US election, but he went on to say, according to

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the Russians, that he had heard multiple times from Putin that these

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allegations were not true and that there was no proof that, and that

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Donald Trump apparently accepted the statements. We then heard from Rex

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Ellison, the US Secretary of State, who gave a different picture, he

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about robust talks, he said that Donald Trump raised the issue of

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Russia meddling, he pressed Putin on this, and President Putin had denied

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it. He given to read from the two sides. Russia standing its ground,

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saying it was not meddling and apparently that Donald Trump had

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accepted that at least that Russia was not gay to admit to it and

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according to Russia, Donald Trump apparently accepts that Russia was

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not involved. Imagine on Healy that the US intelligence agencies who

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repeatedly said they have evidence of Russian meddling will have a

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thing is to say. They talk about sanctions. Russia is very anxious to

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see some of the sites is currently in place against it lifted, but I've

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not seen any evidence here that there is good we at the move on

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that. No, I don't think realistically Russia expected any

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kind of move. That is part of the reason why I think Russia was

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playing down expectations ahead of this meeting overall. The word

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sanctions was not mentioned once by lover off, the Foreign Minister,

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when he came out of that meeting and it did not feature in any of the

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questions. I think people here did not expect that Donald Trump was

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later turn around and make such a huge concession to Russia,

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especially given the context in which this meeting was taking place.

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Here in Russia, the focus has been very much on the fact that this

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meeting went on for so long, two hours and 20 minutes, in itself that

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created a good deal of excitement here, with state television going

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from being fairly sombre and matter of fact and almost quite bored by

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the whole thing to being extremely excited and suggesting that this was

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proof that Russia was extreme important and that meeting President

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Putin was the most important thing on Donald Trump balls agenda. That

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puts stake TV in line with people in Hamburg who are anxious to hear

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every last detail about the meeting. Thank you for joining us from

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Moscow. I am talking to you from Terry G20 is taking place, is in

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hamburg, and if you step through various security cordons, you get

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out of the streets of the city and find that a temporary forces has

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been created around the G20 summit. There are hundreds and hundreds of

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police vans, multiple water cannons, 20,000 security personnel, all

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details to keep the leaders save and deal with protests with which the

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authorities knew where planned. Some of those protests have turned

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violent, and the BBC's Jenny Hill has the latest.

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Hamburg is a city in lockdown. We are on the eastern side of what

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police have sealed off as a corridor to the other side of the city.

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Helicopters flying overhead, I can count three. There are police vans

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everywhere. That is because the security services here have been

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moving the world balls leaders from their summit where they had been

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holding talks all day across to the multi-million lb concert hall where

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can I could they will be listing to a concert. Protesters had been

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determined not to let that happen and in the last we have heard that

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police using water cannons have dispersed 1000 of them during

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violent scenes in and around the concert hall. Let me show you the

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scenes here. You could probably see police officers lined up in the

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background, White helmets at the ready, not on at the moment, so they

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are prepared but nothing imminent. As I say, this city has witnessed

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such violence today, even at one point in the police themselves went

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to the rather unusual step of calling for back-up from other

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German forces. That is in addition to the officers who have come from

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all over Germany to help out in the policing of this summit. They give

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you an idea of the how much destruction there is, these vases of

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the leaders were unable to leave their hotel Elliott, a planned trip

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to a climate change centre was cancelled because police said it was

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simply an safe for them to get there. They were instead treated to

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a lecture in the hotel. We know this evening that 116 police officers had

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been injured over the last 24 hours. Police have made 70 arrests, what is

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striking is the sheer scale, the numbers of demonstrators who have

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poured into the city for their summit. It is reckoned to be around

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tens of thousands, as many as 100,000 demonstrators will stop many

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of them are peaceful, we witnessed plenty of people just try to sit

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down and make their point, whether it be about Donald Trump climate

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change or simply in their view the inefficacy of the G20 as an

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organisation. But there are also among them a core of people who, in

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the words of Belize, are extremists who want to make trouble, many of

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them armed, and we have seen all sorts of violent scenes. Cars being

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taught, Mr is being thrown at police officers, if not days for the police

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have been accused of taking too heavy-handed and approach, but as

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you can see, Hamburger feels like a Break aortic city. The concert will

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be getting underway shortly, with the world's leaders in the

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auditorium, and after that the police have a long night ahead.

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Anglo Merkel has set out a number of goals, women's economic apartment,

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improving globalisation, taking on climate change, improving tax

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regulation, so people cannot dodge taxes by moving their money from one

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country to another, and in a strange way all of those attending this G20

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summit agreed those girls are worthy of the. When they do not agree at

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where Anglo Merkel has a challenge is on how to reach those girls, in

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between now and Saturday afternoon. She needs to try and fashion an

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agreement between these disparate leaders so that collectively they

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can plot a way forward for the world as it takes on some of its greatest

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challenges and it is perhaps her greatest challenge to deliver that

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the mini cake tomorrow afternoon. Let's see if she can, because a lot

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of points of disagreement still to come. Thank you very much, for the

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time being. We will return to hamburg later on. But more on our

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website, too. The agonising legal battle over

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the future of the terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard has taken

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a new turn. The London hospital where Charlie

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is being treated has applied for a fresh court hearing to assess

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new evidence about possible The courts had ruled that

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11-month-old Charlie be allowed to die rather

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than receive experimental therapy. Our medical correspondent

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Fergus Walsh reports. This little boy's life

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and whether it continues has become the focus

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of international attention. Charlie Gard's parents have

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campaigned to keep him alive. They've been in despair after four

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court judgments backed his doctors, who want to switch off his

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ventilator to end his suffering. You know, he's our own flesh

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and blood and we don't We are not bad parents

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and we are there for him all the time, completely

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devoted to him. He isn't in pain and suffering

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and I promise everyone, I would not sit there

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and watch my son in pain and suffer. The reality is, Charlie

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is terminally ill. He also has serious brain

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damage and doctors say But his parents refuse

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to accept that. They've raised ?1.3 million

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for experimental treatment in the United States,

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treatment which doctors But now seven medical experts

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from Rome, New York, Cambridge In a letter to Great

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Ormond Street Hospital, they accept that the treatment

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is experimental and ideally should However, there is insufficient time

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to perform these studies, so reconsideration of treatment

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for Charlie Gard is Euthanasia's illegal.

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Suicide's illegal. How is this illegal,

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when there's a chance? We will know in that

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time whether this is There is potential for him to be

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a completely normal boy, but we don't know, because you just

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don't know until you try. It is significant that the letter

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came from a hospital The Pope had already offered

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to transfer Charlie to Rome, and President Trump has tweeted

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he would be delighted Legally, there is nothing preventing

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Great Ormond Street from withdrawing That's been the case

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for the past 11 days, since the European Court

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of Human Rights, like all the UK courts, rejected

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the parents' arguments. But interventions by Donald Trump,

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the Pope, and now a letter claiming new evidence means that doctors

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here don't feel they can Charlie has a rare genetic disorder

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of the mitochondria, It is progressive and has

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devastating consequences. With a serious mutation like this,

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the prognosis is very poor. The mitochondria supply the energy,

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really, for every cell in the body, so the heart, brain,

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they become blind and they It's manifested very early

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and the outcome is death in infancy. Great Ormond Street Hospital's

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position has not changed. But it's now asking the High Court

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to assess the new evidence and make the final decision

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about Charlie's future. China's only aircraft carrier has

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arrived in Hong Kong, in what many see as a show of force to its rivals

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in the contested South China Sea. The Soviet-made Liaoning,

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and its three accompanying ships, entered Hong Kong waters

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from the south. Here's our correspondent,

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Juliana Liu. China's only operational aircraft

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carrier, the Liaoning. Along with its flotilla of warships, it has

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arrived in Hong Kong to much pomp and ceremony. The visit comes just

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days after the Chinese President warns that the rebellious city

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against any challenge to Chinese sovereignty. Hong Kong's newly

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installed chief executive has chosen to focus on the positive.

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Translation Mac I am convinced that the fleet's visit world convince the

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Hong Kong people to experience for themselves the companyed achievement

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in defence and army building. In particular I am... The enormous

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achievements... This would rake in has the baby Hong Kong people are

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understandably dead by with our country. The public nature of this

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visit is highly significant. China watchers say the fleet's very

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presence is an unprecedented show of force. For the first time, the

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general public will get into the carrier. Those trips will not start

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at the weekend, but military boss Andrew is onlookers are already

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vying for a glimpse. At this waterfront promenade, people from

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all over Hong Kong have gathered to get as close as they can to the

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aircraft carrier. For them, this visit has aroused feelings of

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nationalism and pride in China. Our country is so strong today that the

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Navy has come to celebrate Hong Kong independence, those troublemakers

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don't even admit they are Chinese, we should send them back to the UK.

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I can see that China is getting stronger, it will not be bullied by

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anyone. It is too bad that I was not able to get any tickets to see at

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first hand. Gray this visit as part of celebrations commemorating the

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20th anniversary of the Hong Kong handover. The time of political

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division, China has chosen to showcase its most potent symbol of

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military power. In promoting public tours, it is also try to win the

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hearts of the people. The World Health Organisation says

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the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhoea is getting much

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harder to treat. A study by the WHO across 77

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countries suggests the condition, which can cause infertility,

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is rapidly evolving resistance to antibiotics, with some

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cases now untreatable. The WHO says new drugs

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and a vaccine must be found. This life-saving drug, which has

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revolutionised medical science... Ever since the development

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of penicillin in the 1940s, gonorrhoea, like a host

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of previously devastating infections, became little more

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than an inconvenience for those Over the years, though,

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it has become resistant The options for treating

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it are running out. It's a very smart organism that

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has multiple mechanisms by which it can mutate and become

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resistant to antibiotics. And the evidence is there that it's

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resistant to many of the antibiotics we currently use and soon

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there will not be any antibiotics available that could be used

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for this very important infection. There are 78 million new gonorrhoea

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infections worldwide every year. Spread through unprotected sex,

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if untreated it can cause infertility and can even be passed

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to a foetus during pregnancy. It's difficult to prevent the chain

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of transmission with gonorrhoea because if people don't know they're

:24:23.:24:25.

infected, their sex partners And what's especially worrying

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is that the pace of development for resistance of gonorrhoea

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is outstripping what we see Three recorded cases of completely

:24:34.:24:35.

resistant gonorrhoea may be just the start,

:24:36.:24:40.

according to the World It says a vaccine will

:24:41.:24:44.

be needed to stop it. At the moment a disease,

:24:45.:24:48.

the dangers of which many had assumed were consigned to the past,

:24:49.:24:51.

is on the brink of We're going to leave you with live

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pictures from the G20 meeting in hamburg, the world leaders are now

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enjoying some music at the concert hall where the hamburg LaMonica

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State Orchestra are performing, but what we are seeing now are live

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pictures of the protest that has been taking place outside, so while

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leaders are enjoying the music inside, the protesters are very much

:25:34.:25:37.

outside and we can see some of the water cannons that are being used

:25:38.:25:40.

throughout the day. Of course, this has been a big day, we have an had a

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first, because Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin held their first

:25:47.:25:49.

face-to-face talks, those two plays on the sidelines of the actual

:25:50.:25:55.

summit, what was meant to be a 30 minute scheduled meeting actually

:25:56.:25:59.

took two hours and 20 minutes. Read into that what you will. For the

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time being, thank you for watching. Goodbye.

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Looking reasonably dry and settled for many of us as a bit more one

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sign sunshine

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