Finance officials of the world's biggest economies promised Saturday to use 'all tools' to shore up sagging global growth and to avoid devaluing their currencies to boost exports, but made no pledges of joint action.
A senior police officer who ordered the arrests of hundreds during Toronto's G20 summit four years ago had no regard for their conduct or intentions when he issued his sweeping commands, a prosecution lawyer told the officer's disciplinary hearing on Wednesday.
A police officer convicted of one assault related to the violence-marred G20 summit in Toronto four years ago was acquitted Wednesday in a second case because the only evidence against him had been ruled inadmissible.
Different economic situations require different approaches to meeting the G20's economic targets, Canada's finance minister said Sunday as he urged Europeans to follow Canada's recession-busting model.
An Ontario court has cleared the way for two class-action lawsuits by hundreds of people detained during the G20 summit in Toronto four years ago, saying it's important their allegations of police mistreatment be heard in court.
Russia will remain a member of the G20 because it's too difficult to kick it out of the economic group. That's the assessment of the Australian organizer of this year's leaders' summit, being held this fall in Brisbane.
Finance officials from the world's major economies believe an ambitious goal to boost global growth by $2 trillion in the next five years is within reach despite a variety of threats, including rising tensions over Russia's actions in Ukraine.
The market turmoil sparked by the Federal Reserve's steps toward removing the U.S. economy from life support is expected to be a top agenda item when finance chiefs from the world's biggest economies meet in Sydney this weekend.