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The G20 summit in Turkey is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first opportunity to meet the world’s biggest political leaders.  The attention of the world leaders was going be on the economy but instead has focused on the Paris terror attacks. After the conclusion of the G20 meetings in Turkey Trudeau then heads to Manila for an APEC summit that is expected to include discussions of the Trans Pacific Partnership, a sweeping Pacific Rim trade deal.

Left is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, US President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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European Union leaders French Foreign minister Laurent Fabius (L) and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (R), talk before observing a minute of silence in tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks, during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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President Barack Obama (L) talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and U.S. security advisor Susan Rice (2nd L) during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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Press members stand on the podium to take the family photo of the G20 leaders during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is greeted by Chinese President Xi Jinping as they take part in a bi-lateral meeting during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (back) is comforted by British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (L) before observing a minute of silence for the Paris terror attack victims during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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Family photo of the G20 leaders , signed by each leader, is displayed during the G20 summit in Turkey.

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signs a print of the G20 leaders family photo at the G20 summit in Turkey.

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US President Barack Obama (R) walks with British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan talk before the start of a working session during the G20 Summit in Turkey.

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