By Caroline Hawley
World Affairs Correspondent
By Andrew Walker
BBC World Service economics correspondent
Dozens of aid agencies are pressing G20 countries to forgive debt owed by poor nations
The US president gave a wide-ranging news conference at the end of the G20 summit in Japan.
Confrontations over Russia's actions didn't appear to get in the way of jokes, photo ops and dinner with the host.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has made headlines with an interview during which he said that liberalism had become obsolete.
By Helier Cheung
Theresa May appears serious and unsmiling as she sits down for talks with Vladimir Putin in Japan.
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Donald Trump has been speaking on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
The US President says he expects "productive" talks when he meets China's Xi Jinping tomorrow.
"I think it will be productive," he said ahead of the start of the meeting.
"It will be a very exciting day".
Those quotes come via AFP.
BBC Radio 5 Live
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What might be going on at the G20 meetings?
Richard Dunbar at Aberdeen Standard Investments tells Radio 5 Live's Wake Up To Money that the "biggest expectation" is from the meeting between Donald Trump, the US President, and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
But, Mr Dunbar says, the US President has meetings with a wide range of leaders including those from Japan and India.
"All have the potential to be market moving," says Mr Dunbar.
There is "some hope that the trade talks and trade spats will make some progress at the summits".
Ahead of one-one-one talks with Vladimir Putin, Mrs May speaks about the Novichok poisoning.