Dealing with alleged Russian propaganda seems to be G7’s top priority

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    For the G7 group, ‘Russian disinformation’ appears to be a key global issue that needs urgent tackling right now, according to Britain’s Foreign Secretary. Russia, however, has shrugged off the allegations.

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