Trump-Putin talks: Concerns over meeting without aides

US President Trump wants to meet Russian President Putin alone for part of their talks in Helsinki, raising fears among allies over what will be promised behind closed doors.

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    US President Donald Trump flies on to Finland later on Sunday for talks with Russia's president, Vladimir Putin.

    Trump insists he will meet Putin alone but that's worrying his closest allies.

     

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from Helsinki.


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