1. G20 leaders to inject $8 trillion into global economy to fight coronavirus  ABC News
  2. 'We are at war with a virus - and not winning it,' United Nations says  Sydney Morning Herald
  3. G20 leaders issue pledge to do 'whatever it takes' on coronavirus  The Guardian
  4. Looking Forward To Attending G20 Summit On Coronavirus: PM Modi  NDTV News
  5. The G20 video call: In coronavirus era, even summits are virtual  Sydney Morning Herald
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In a virtual meeting of the G20, leaders commit to funding all necessary health measures needed to stop the spread of coronavirus and do whatever it takes to overcome the pandemic.Leaders of the G20 pledge to inject $8 trillion in fiscal spending into the global economy to ease the economic impact of coronavirus.

G20 leaders to inject $8 trillion into global economy to fight coronavirus - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Extraordinary images emerged of world leaders in conference call gallery shots - the kind that legions around the world, pushed into working from home, have become accustomed to seeing in recent days.Extraordinary images emerged of world leaders in conference call gallery shots - the kind that legions around the world, pushed into working from home, have become accustomed to seeing in recent days.

In a show of crisis unity, leaders commit to implement and fund all health measures needed to stop the virus's spread.In a show of crisis unity, leaders commit to implement and fund all health measures needed to stop the virus's spread.

G20 pledges $5 trillion to defend global economy against COVID-19 | Coronavirus pandemic News | Al Jazeera

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said he is looking forward to the G-20 virus summit to be held via video conference on Thursday to discuss the coronavirus pandemic.Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said he is looking forward to the G-20 virus summit to be held via video conference on Thursday to discuss the coronavirus pandemic.

Narendra Modi On Coronavirus: Looking Forward To Attending G20 Summit On Covid-19

“The #G20 has an important global role to play in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. I look forward to productive discussions tomorrow at the #G20VirtualSummit, being coordinated by the Saudi G20 Presidency. @g20org @KingSalman”

Narendra Modi on Twitter: "The #G20 has an important global role to play in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. I look forward to productive discussions tomorrow at the #G20VirtualSummit, being coordinated by the Saudi G20 Presidency. @g20org @KingSalman"

“I took part in the G20 summit where decisions were taken that reflect a consensus that an international response is needed to tackle the COVID19 threat. The UAE supports all actions to contain the virus. Together we are strong, and only together can we overcome this threat. https://t.co/J6Xc8UpLhP”

محمد بن زايد on Twitter: "I took part in the G20 summit where decisions were taken that reflect a consensus that an international response is needed to tackle the COVID19 threat. The UAE supports all actions to contain the virus. Together we are strong, and only together can we overcome this threat.… https://t.co/UTtn7oUpkf"

“In a global response to @KingSalman, the #G20 Leaders unite for an extraordinary #G20VirtualSummit to address the Novel Coronavirus (#COVID-19)”

Foreign Ministry 🇸🇦 on Twitter: "In a global response to @KingSalman, the #G20 Leaders unite for an extraordinary #G20VirtualSummit to address the Novel Coronavirus (#COVID-19)… https://t.co/UQ9fCIQ3pD"

“Unprecedented events call for action to save lives and avoid further economic crisis. Joint statement with @vonderleyen following the #G20VirtualSummit on #COVIDー19 @g20org 👉 https://t.co/uokNlYCYLp”

Charles Michel on Twitter: "Unprecedented events call for action to save lives and avoid further economic crisis. Joint statement with @vonderleyen following the #G20VirtualSummit on #COVIDー19 @g20org 👉 https://t.co/uokNlYCYLp"

The head of the United Nations has told leaders of the world's 20 major industrialised nations during an em...

Coronavirus: G20 leaders hold extraordinary digital summit to discuss COVID-19 response plan

Amnesty International has revealed that 220 civil society organisations have announced a boycott of the G20 meeting due to be hosted by Saudi Arabia in November. The human rights organisation said tha...

Civil society organisations to boycott G20 summit in Saudi Arabia – Middle East Monitor

The world's largest economies need to summon the same spirit of international co-operation that helped to resolve the 2008 financial crisisThe world's largest economies need to summon the same spirit of international co-operation that helped to resolve the 2008 financial crisis

Combating Covid-19 requires nothing short of the collective might of the G20 - The National

Chinese President Xi Jinping said countries should join forces in stopping the world from entering a recession due to a coronavirus outbreak, according to state media.Chinese President Xi Jinping said countries should join forces in stopping the world from entering a recession due to a coronavirus outbreak, according to state media.

China's Xi says countries need to join forces in protecting world economy - Reuters

Middle East News: G20 nations pledged a "united front" on Thursday in the fight against coronavirus, saying they were injecting $5 trillion into the global economy to cMiddle East News: G20 nations pledged a "united front" on Thursday in the fight against coronavirus, saying they were injecting $5 trillion into the global economy to c

G20 leaders pledge $5 tn, 'united' response to coronavirus crisis - Times of India

RIYADH, DUBAI: The leaders of the most powerful countries in the world have pledged to “do what it takes” to combat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and mitigate its damaging effects on the global economy. At an extraordinary “virtual summit” of the G20, under the presidency of Saudi Arabia, presidents, prime ministers and heads of state also committed to spending $5RIYADH, DUBAI: The leaders of the most powerful countries in the world have pledged to “do what it takes” to combat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and mitigate its damaging effects on the global

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman urges coordinated G20 response to coronavirus crisis | Arab News

King Salman urges 'effective' Covid-19 response from G20 - Arabianbusiness

The Chinese president pushes for unity and solidarity in a videoconference with other Group of 20 leaders; Trump and Xi to speak on call that the US leader says he expects to be a ‘good conversation’The Chinese president pushes for unity and solidarity in a videoconference with other Group of 20 leaders; Trump and Xi to speak on call that the US leader says he expects to be a ‘good conversation’

The group of 20 most industrialized nations said they were injecting over $5 trillion into the global economy to counteract the social, economic and financial impacts of the pandemic. The group of 20 most industrialized nations said they were injecting over $5 trillion into the global economy "to counteract the social, economic and financial impacts of the pandemic". 

G20 nations pledge 'united front' on coronavirus crisis - World - The Jakarta Post

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Leaders of the world's most powerful economies have convened virtually to coordinate a response to the fast-spreading coronavirusLeaders of the world's most powerful economies have convened virtually to coordinate a response to the fast-spreading coronavirus

With the G20 virtual summit on the COVID-19 virus to be held today, it is of vital importance that China's example should be considered carefully.

China's experience vital to inform the G20 virtual summit on COVID-19 - CGTN

The G20 leaders pledged a "united front" against the novel coronavirus on Thursday after a video conference to discuss the action to combat the global crisis. The leaders also vowed to inject $5 trillion into the global economy to counter the impact of the crisis. The meeting was attended by various G20 leaders including, US President Donald Trump, Russia's Vladimir Putin, China's Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a joint statement, the leaders vowed "robust" support for developing nations. Watch: A drone to take on the coronavirus?The G20 leaders pledged a "united front" against the novel coronavirus on Thursday after a video conference to discuss the action to combat the global crisis. The leaders also vowed to inject $5 trillion into the global economy to counter the impact of the crisis. The meeting was attended by various G20 leaders including, US President Donald Trump, Russia's Vladimir Putin, China's Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a joint statement, the leaders vowed "robust" support for developing nations. Watch: A drone to take on the coronavirus?

G20 nations to inject $5 trillion into global economy as they pledge 'united front' against coronavirus threat, World News | wionews.com

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