US President Donald Trump is meeting with controversial Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro, his sixth and last major meeting of his first day at the G20.
Conservative Bolsonaro has been previously referred to as the "Trump of the Tropics," elected in October 2018 on a pledge to crack down on crime and grow the economy.
During their first face-to-face meeting at the White House in March, the two unconventional leaders bonded over their dislike of "fake news" and political correctness.
Bolsonaro's trip to the G20 has been anything but smooth. On late Tuesday, a 38-year-old Brazilian Air Force officer traveling with the president's G20 contingent was caught with 39 kilograms (roughly 86 lbs) of cocaine, prompting unwelcome headlines throughout Brazil.
Bolsonaro, who was traveling on a separate plane, reacted to the arrest late Tuesday via Twitter, saying that if proven guilty, the officer would "be judged and convicted by law."