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«The G-7 will "resolutely reject the threat or use of nuclear weapons and uphold the international order based on the rule of law," Kishida said. "As G-7 chairman, I will convey my strong will to have an impact on history."❖
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MHQ0603P30NHT000⇝Who is she? Berna Anat is an author, podcast host, and self-titled "financial hype woman."➮CWR09HB225MAA\W↢Carter began performing as a child in the 1990s, opening for acts including his brother's boy band and Britney Spears. His career peak came in 2000 with the triple-platinum album "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)," which produced hit singles including the title song and "I Want Candy."◇
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