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Good morning, today we’re covering the rescheduling of the World Trade Organization’s big gathering for June, after being delayed three times. Plus, the UN secretary general slams Russia’s action against Ukraine and wildfires are set to worsen as global temperatures rise.

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The WTO will hold its ministerial meeting in June. (Credit: Benoît Prieur/Wikimedia Commons)

📆 Trade meeting back on the agenda. WTO member states have agreed to meet in the third week of June, after a four year gap. Postponed three times in a row due to the pandemic, the annual meeting is expected to break through major deadlocks surrounding key negotiations to end harmful fisheries subsidies and to waive intellectual property rights for vaccines and other Covid-related treatments.

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