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War in Ukraine sows division on closing day of G20 summit

By France24
20 November 2022   |   12:32 pm
There's no official family photo on the schedule for this year's G20 summit, an indication of just how much the war in Ukraine has complicated global cooperation efforts. Without directly naming Russia, China's President Xi Jinping said the threat of nuclear weapons was unacceptable.

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