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What was accomplished during Trump and Putin's first face-to-face meeting?

Margaret Brennan, David Ignatius, Michael Crowley, and David Nakamura discuss President Trump and President Putin's meeting at the G-20 summit and consequences for Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
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Caitlyn Jenner Condemned For Post Mocking Dr. Rachel Levine
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Spending all day in virtual meetings leads to "Zoom fatigue"
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Death Threats to Members of Congress Have Doubled This Year, Capitol Police Say
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Colonial Pipeline communication system down a week after cyberattack
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Clueless TikTok dad goes viral guessing NFL team names
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White House Defends Biden's 'Behind the Scenes' Approach to Mideast Conflict
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Linda Thompson jokes with Brody Jenner about joining Raya and OnlyFans
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Forbes staffers announce intention to unionize
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Trump launched airstrikes after this town was gassed in 2017. Now Assad's military is moving in
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Canadian released from Syria says 'I thought I was going to be there forever'
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Newspaper devotes entire issue to 'wake-up call' for the country
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Millions of Syrians call Turkey home. An economic crisis is turning them into scapegoats
Syrians say they're living in fear amid a crackdown on refugees who are not registered to live in Istanbul. As Turkey struggles with a sputtering economy, they have become an easy scapegoat for the country's woes.
14 dead and 145 people injured in Taliban bomb attack in Afghanistan
Fourteen people were killed and 145 injured by a Taliban suicide attack in Afghanistan on Wednesday, a spokesman for the country's ministry of interior told CNN.
Iran says it seized foreign oil tanker in Gulf for smuggling fuel
Iran said Sunday that it had seized a foreign oil tanker that it claimed was smuggling fuel to Arab states.
Lebanese band Mashrou' Leila's show canceled to 'prevent bloodshed'
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A campaign to silence this Lebanese band has galvanized the country's extreme Christian right
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Thousands are trapped in a desert settlement in Syria, near a US military base
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Iranian cargo ship sinks in Caspian Sea
An Iranian cargo ship sank in the Caspian Sea near Azerbaijan's Lankaran port on Friday, according to Iran's state-run news agency IRNA.
Iran releases 9 Indian crew members from Panamanian-flagged tanker
Iran has released nine of the 12 Indian crew members who were on board a Panamanian-flagged oil tanker it seized after claiming the vessel was carrying 1 million liters of smuggled fuel.
UK Navy to escort tankers through Strait of Hormuz amid Iran crisis
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