G-20 Summit

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused the Indian government of being involved in the assassination of a Sikh leader on Canada's soil.
"Did you ever think you’d be sitting at a G20 conference where everyone was preoccupied with the notion of global warming?” the president asked.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken praised the summit's final declaration, despite it not explicitly condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine.
The makeover has meant displacement and loss of livelihood for many, raising questions about the Indian government’s policies on dealing with poverty.
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said there were “divergences” on the issue of the war in Ukraine “which we could not reconcile as various parties held differing views.”
The White House says President Joe Biden has objected to what it says is China's “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions” toward Taiwan.
As an alternative, the president suggested that Ukraine be invited to attend the next summit.
Russian ambassador Lyudmila Vorobieva defended the dictator's stance as talks intensified about potentially banning Russia from the economic group.
The French leader is still sore over a scuttled submarine deal — and he let the Australian prime minister know it at the G-20 summit.
Leaders of the world’s biggest economies have agreed to stop funding coal-fired power plants in poor countries.