Biden G7, NATO to-do list: unite allies, fight autocracy, attack COVID-19

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s meeting with leaders of the G7 leading industrial economies in an English seaside village this week will usher in a new focus on rallying U.S. allies against common adversaries – the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia and China. New COVID-19 variants and rising death tolls in some countries will loom large during the gathering from Friday to Sunday, alongside climate change, strengthening global supply chains and ensuring the West maintains its technological edge over China, the world’s second-largest economy. Biden, a Democrat, vowed to rebuild relations wi…

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