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Japan Today
· Trump tells Putin about idea for G7 summit with Russia; Trudeau disagrees  
Russia had been included in the gathering of the world’s most advanced economies since 1997, but was suspended in 2014 following its invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.
· Canada's Trudeau rejects inviting Russia to G7 summit  
Russia was expelled from what was previously the G8 in 2014 after invading and seizing Crimea from Ukraine and declaring it part of Russian territory.
BBC Sport
· Women's Super League: Arsenal defender Quinn backs decision to end season early  
The FAI this week confirmed Vera Pauw's side will play their three remaining qualifiers later this year, with trips to Germany and Ukraine on 19 September and 23 October, and a home game with the Germans on 1 December.
The China Post
· Trudeau says Russia won’t be included in the G7  
Trudeau noted Russia was excluded from the group after it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014.
BBC Sport
· BBC Sport Euros Rewind: How and when to watch classic matches this summer  
Match: Ukraine v Northern Ireland
The China Post
· Russian general chafes at “provocative” NATO drills  
He said U.S. B-1B strategic bombers last week flew over Ukraine for the first time ever, prompting Russia to scramble fighter jets and put air defense forces on alert.
The New York Times
· As Virus Toll Preoccupies U.S., Rivals Test Limits of American Influence  
Russia was banned from meetings of the world’s major economic powers after its 2014 annexation of Crimea and attacks on eastern Ukraine.
The New York Times
· William Barr’s State of Emergency  
It has fought in court against the release of Trump’s tax returns; argued that Congress did not need to see the Ukraine whistle-blower’s complaint, because it was not a matter of “urgent concern”; and has challenged congressional requests for Mueller’s secret grand-jury materials.
The Independent
· Quarantine: Airlines lobby ministers to exempt 45 ‘air bridge’ countries  
Many Nordic and eastern European countries are on the list, but Iceland, Ukraine and Russia do not appear.