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1. President Donald Trump opened his first meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin by raising concerns about Moscow's meddling in last year's president election. That's according to secretary of state Rex Tillerson who said Putin denied being involved. In addition, Tillerson said the U.S and Russia discussed and agreed upon ceasefire in southwestern Syria.
2. Protesters turned out in big numbers and clashed with police for a second straight day at the G20 summit. Officials say more than 160 police officers were injured while dozens of protesters have been taken to the hospital. Dozens more were detained.
3. Lawyers for two men charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with an Oakland warehouse fire that killed three partygoers last December are trying to get the judge to lower their bail, which currently stands at more than $1 million each.
4. At least three people have been gored while others have been injured during this year's "Running of the bulls" in Pamplona. A Spanish participant was seriously and had to undergo surgery, while hospital officials say two American men were gore while didn't suffer serious injuries.
Ned Baker, the Associated Press with AP News Minute.