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World leaders arrive at G7 as members condemn war in Ukraine

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World leaders arrive at G7 as members condemn war in Ukraine

World leaders arrive at G7 as members condemn war in Ukraine

World leaders arrive at the G7 summit in Bali, Indonesia as talks continue over support for Ukraine and how to address food security issues as a result of Russia's invasion.

This comes after Rishi Sunak called Russia "barbaric" and Biden said he was not looking for "conflict" with Xi Jing Ping despite the Chinese president warning the US against crossing a "red line" on Taiwan.

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