G7 Summit: Trade frictions dominate talks

World leaders arrived at the G7 summit in Quebec with the US on one side of a trade spat and the six other nations on the other.

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    US President Donald Trump and his closest allies will try to bridge their differences at the G7 summit on Saturday, before Trump sets off on a mission to make peace with an old enemy.

    But there's little hope they'll see eye-to-eye on the big issues of trade, or Trump's suggestion that Russia be re-admitted to their club of nations.

    Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Quebec City.


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