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Biggest takeaways from Biden-Putin summit

President Joe Biden is back in Washington after a high-stakes summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, where they discussed potential compromise on issues like nuclear weapons and ambassadors, but appeared to clash over human rights and cybersecurity. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports from Geneva while CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joins CBSN from London with analysis.


Analyzing the Biden-Putin summit

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed topics ranging from climate change and human rights to allegations of election meddling and hacking during their historic meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, CBSN tech reporter Dan Patterson and Heather Conley, senior vice president for Europe, Eurasia and the Arctic at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what came out of the meeting.


Biden-Putin summit a shift from Helsinki meeting

President Biden meets Russian President Vladimir Putin face-to-face Wednesday for the first time since Mr. Biden took office. The leaders are expected to discuss cyberattacks, the conflict with Ukraine and prisoner swaps in the summit hosted by Switzerland. CBS News foreign affairs and State Department correspondent Christina Ruffini joins CBSN AM to discuss the summit and how it is expected to differ from Putin's meeting with then-President Trump in Helsinki.


WorldView: Navalny seen after hunger strike

Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny looked gaunt and exhausted as he appeared in a Moscow court via videolink following his hunger strike. Also, two Spanish journalists and an Irish conservationist in Burkina Faso were killed after they were kidnapped while on an anti-poaching patrol, and Turkey is preparing for its first COVID-19 lockdown amid a spike in cases. Meanwhile, China successfully launched its first module of a new space station. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joined "CBSN AM" from London with headlines from around the world.

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