Russian President Vladimir Putin has blamed some 40 countries, including those among the Group of 20 nations, for financing ISIL militants, Russia Today reported

Stray cats frolic across stage at G20 summit – video

The G20 summit in Turkey had three unannounced guests on Sunday, as a group of cats took the main stage moments before leaders of the world’s major economies were due to make an appearance

Click through for the top photos from the G-20 as the summit held in Turkey’s Antalya nears its end
G-20 leaders acknowledged that reducing inequality, creating jobs and ensuring inclusion were essential for ensuring stable economies during the G-20 Summit, held in the shadow of terrorism, the flight of refugees from fear and the threat of further economic crises, said the L-20
Erdoğan has emphasized the importance of cooperation as to refugee crisis, and that said Assad needs to leave for the sake of Syria’s future in final declaration of G20.

US President Barack Obama vowed on Sunday (15 November) to step up efforts to eliminate Islamic State and prevent more attacks like those in Paris, while urging Russia’s Vladimir Putin to focus on combating the jihadist group in Syria.

On the second day of the G-20 Summit, Emine Erdoğan, along with the spouses of other countries’ leaders, visited the Cultural Field

Obama-Putin Meeting at G20 in TurkeyOne of the most exciting ways to watch international summits in the digital age is to follow the leaders online and to monitor their posts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and even Periscope.



Erdoğan has touched on subjects such as terror attacks, refugees, and economy at opening speech of study sessions held within the scope of G20 summit.
G-20 leaders meet in Turkey’s Antalya, under the shadow of the Paris attacks that killed at least 129 on Nov. 15, with plans to focus on the Syrian crisis, climate change and a heavy economy and trade agenda
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will pay a two-day visit to Turkey on Nov. 17-18, seeking to find a common approach to deal with the migrant crisis

Turkish president says ISIL attacks must not affect refugee policies

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has warned countries against tightening their refugee policies following the terrorist attack in Paris claimed by ISIL, during a speech at the G-20 Summit in the Mediterranean resort town of Antalya

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