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'Don't get You-Know-Who mad': World leaders avoid upsetting Trump at G7 summit

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IN THE WORLD PAPERS, August 26, 2019: We take a look at reactions in the Israeli and Lebanese press to the growing escalation between Hezbollah and Israel. We then turn to the G7 summit, and to Emmanuel Macron's attempt to bring the Iranian issue to the fore. And finally, we take a look at the new method world leaders are using to say "no" to Donald Trump.

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