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Stay up to date with live reports from Al Jazeera's correspondents at the summit.
Last Modified: 01 Apr 2009 09:49 GMT


Thousands of activists and trade unionists have protested ahead of the summit [AFP]

Stay up-to-date with the latest developments at the G20, with reports from our correspondents in and around the conference at Al Jazeera's G20 Twitter channel.

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Al Jazeera's correspondents at the G20 summit

Alan Fisher
(AF)
@ the G20
summit
Jonah Hull 
(JH)
@ the G20
summit
Hamish
MacDonald
(HM)
@ the G20
protests
Nazanine Moshiri (NM)
@ the G20
protests
Rob Reynolds      (RR)
with US President Barack Obama
  Camille El Hassani (CE)
with US President Barack Obama
 

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Al Jazeera
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