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Biden, Japan's Kishida meet ahead of G-7 summit, vowing to 'stand strong' against global threats

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    -10% Center

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    -10% Center

  • Politician Portrayal

    16% Positive

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59% : They addressed efforts to bolster supply chains for critical minerals, new partnerships between U.S. and Japanese companies and universities and efforts to promote renewable energy, according to a White House readout of the meeting.
50% : Members of the G-7, which also includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the European Union, are grappling with the territorial ambitions of Russia and China, two nuclear powers.
48% : In this Series This morning's top headlines: Thursday, May 18 Updated 1 hr ago 8-year-old girl dies in Border Patrol custody in Harlingen, Texas, as agency seeks to ease crowding Updated 5 min ago Biden, Japan's Kishida meet ahead of G-7 summit, vowing to 'stand strong' against global threats Updated 4 hrs ago Abortion pill case moves to appeals court, on track for Supreme Court 10 updates Previous Next Tags Dcc Wire Apmediaapi Biden Kishida Hiroshima G7 Japan G-7 Summit Politics War And Unrest Russia Ukraine War Business Washington News General News World News Nuclear Weapons Bombings Be the first to know

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