G7 leaders agree on vaccines

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    #G7 leaders on Sunday vowed to start delivering one billion doses of #Covid vaccines and to step up action on climate change, in a summit call to arms by a revived democratic alliance that also confronted #China and Russia. FRANCE 24 International Affairs editor, Sanam Shantyaei, tells us more.

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