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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Dublin, Ireland this morning for a meeting with his Irish counterpart about the Canada-E-U trade deal as he makes his way to Germany for the G-20 leaders' summit.

Friday's G-20 meetings are shaping up as a showdown between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U-S President Donald Trump.

Merkel's agenda of stronger global co-operation to fight climate change and terrorism, and more robust international trade is a strategy some see as an effort to further isolate Trump on the world stage.

And Trump has cited a "massive trade deficit" with Germany as a basis for threats to slap import taxes on German-made cars.(3)

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(US-G20-Trump-Putin)

U-S President Donald Trump's first face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G-20 summit later this week will be brimming with global intrigue, but the White House says there's "no specific agenda."

Trump may be looking for some concessions from Russia to show he's helping restore a productive relationship.

With investigations under way into alleged Moscow meddling in the 2016 U-S election and potential Trump campaign collusion, there is little expectation the meeting will produce significant progress on the crisis in Ukraine or the conflict in Syria. (3)

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(Military-Ceremony-Incident)

An Indigenous organizer is hoping the Canadian Forces takes disciplinary action against two Navy members who are alleged to have been involved in a confrontation at a spiritual ceremony in Halifax on Canada Day.

Rebecca Moore says five men wearing matching polo shirts showed up at an Indigenous ceremony, singing "God Save the Queen."

She says one man carried a Red Ensign flag with the Union Jack in the corner, which she considered a sign of disrespect towards Indigenous peoples. …

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