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UK plans to become first G7 economy with net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Legislation aiming to achieve that will be laid out in Parliament on Wednesday and will amend the Climate Change Act passed in 2008.

Toronto van incident highlights: 10 people left dead in Canada, Justin Trudeau calls it 'tragic, senseless'

Toronto van incident: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said, "Tonight, the hearts and thoughts of an entire country are with the families and friends of those killed in Toronto today. We also wish all those injured a fast and full recovery."

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Witnesses describe horror as Toronto van crash leaves 10 pedestrians dead, 15 injured

The incident is one of the most violent in recent Canadian history. A former Canadian university student pleaded guilty last month to killing six men praying in a Quebec City mosque in January 2017.

G7 foreign ministers' summit opposes Russia's behavior: US official

Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) met in Toronto for two days and discussed tensions with Moscow, Iran and North Korea, while also addressing political problems in Venezuela and Myanmar.

Italy PM says agrees that Europe must take fate into own hands

While addressing a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Italy's Paolo Gentiloni said that he agrees with Angela Merkel's statement that Europeans need to take the future into their own hands.

Angela Merkel: G7 has no plans to lift Russia sanctions

Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Japan said that the credibility test at G7 is their ability to defend the common values they share and no change in their stance on the Russian sanctions is expected.

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Merkel wants G7 to commit to 2-degree global warming goal

Climate is one of the key topics on the agenda at a G7 meeting in a Bavarian castle starting on Sunday.

G-7: UK's PM David Cameron urges global fight against corruption

Cameron says corruption affects all those areas, calling it "the cancer at the heart of so many of the problems we face around the world today.

'India may top China,Japan in banking'

The report also said E7 growth hinged on state investments in infrastructure,opening markets to fresh competition.

G7 agreed excessive FX moves undesirable,says Japan

Japanese finance minister Yoshihiko Noda said on Friday that finance leaders from the Group of Seven (G7) nations agreed at a meeting that excessive and disorderly foreign exchange movements are undesirable.

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