Hackers, sanctions, Nord Stream 2 and counting – Geneva Summit topics

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    Cyber attacks, sanctions, NATO, and human rights are the top topics for the heads of the two world powers to discuss at the Geneva summit.

    Since Russia and America come from very different stances, RT’s Saskia Taylor has been looking at how both nations plan to approach these key issues.

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