World leaders gather in Japan to take part in two days of G7 talks with the deteriorating global economy, terrorism and refugees crisis on top the agenda.
US President Barack Obama arrived in Japan for the summit, kicking off a historic visit that will also take him to the atomic-bombed city of Hiroshima. Heads of state and government from Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and host Japan are attending the talks in Japanese city of Ise

Shima, 300 kilometres southwest of Tokyo.
Britain's David Cameron, whose country's referendum next month on continued membership of the European Union was likely to figure prominently on the summit agenda, arrived yesterday. 
France's Francois Hollande and Germany's Angela Merkel are expected to arrive this morning. The meeting will also be joined by Italy's Matteo Renzi, Canada's Justin Trudeau and host Japan's Shinzo Abe.

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