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World leaders pose for socially-distanced photo for G7

The nine main attendees, including the leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations and representatives from the European Union, posed for photographers in Carbis Bay in Cornwall, ahead of meetings starting later in the day.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hosting the first in-person meeting of the leaders of major developed economies for nearly two years.

Johnson, U.S. President Joe Biden and their counterparts will gather from Friday to Sunday (June 13) for face-to-face meetings where the pandemic and climate change are likely to be on the agenda.

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