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    In Cornwall on the southwest coast of England, the world’s seven largest powers are meeting to discuss a daunting list of weighty issues.

    The talks will be dominated by vaccine diplomacy, climate change and rebuilding the global economy.

    Biden has said he is determined to rebuild trans-Atlantic ties and reframe relations with Russia, after four rocky years under former President Donald Trump — whose tariffs and withdrawal from treaties strained relations with major allies.

    Biden is meeting leaders on the sidelines of the group sessions.

    But what can the U.S. president deliver?

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