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G-20 Leaders Meet Virtually Amid Coronavirus Pandemic


RIYADH, Saudi Arabia—Saudi Arabia opened a summit of G-20 leaders Saturday that was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has ravaged the global economy and infected nearly 58 million people.

King Salman bin Abdulaziz delivered opening remarks to other heads of state and government in an extraordinary videoconference. President Trump, who is trying to overturn the results of the this month’s election, barely looked up from his desk during the 10-minute remarks. Moments later, he tweeted about “massive and…

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