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Barack Obama announced new arms negotiations with Russia's president, discussed North Korea with China's president, talked about the global economy with Britain's prime minister and had tea with Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday -- a busy day for any leader.

But it was the American president's first trip overseas, ahead of the Group of 20 summit that begins Thursday in London, and his first face-to-face meeting with everyone except Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev announced talks would soon begin "to work out a new, comprehensive, legally binding agreement on reducing and limiting strategic offensive arms," according to a joint statement released after their meeting. Read full article »

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