Germany braces for cyber attacks at G20 next week

Germany braces for cyber attacks at G20 next week

The White House later released readouts of the conversations with Merkel and Gentiloni.

"The times when we could completely rely on others are, to an extent, over", she said to supporters after the G7, adding that Europeans had to take their fate into their own hands.

Climate change is a top priority for both Merkel and many German voters - the chancellor made her first mark in worldwide politics by pushing through a pre-cursor to the Kyoto Protocol.

Chinese state media said Xi told also Trump "negative factors" have affected U.S.

Security officials are also gearing up for possible cyber attacks on the summit, which takes place on Friday and Saturday. Last week, the US approved $1.42 billion in arms sales to Taiwan.

The White House statements ended by saying Trump and Xi, and Trump and Abe, look forward to meeting in person this week at the summit.

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The Colombia worldwide is not part of Zinedine Zidane's plans and asked to be sold so he could get more regular playing time. However Real Madrid are prepared to wait and squeeze as much cash out of United as possible.

According to the White House, the president spoke separately with multiple Gulf State leaders where they discussed the president's "concerns about the ongoing dispute between Qatar and some of its Gulf and Arab neighbors".

"Indeed a meeting with the United States president is planned before the G20 summit, most probably in the early evening of Thursday", AFP cited Seibert as saying.

Commenting in her weekly podcast, the German leader said the G-20 summit in Hamburg this week offers a good platform for states to air their "different interests" and is an opportunity to forge common policies that benefit the global economy.

This after 10,000 people marched earlier in the day, protesting the gathering that brings together the world's leaders.

"According to the usual practice, BRICS leaders will hold an informal meeting ahead of the G-20 summit in Hamburg,"Sputnik quoted Li Baodong, China's Vice Foreign Minister".

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