With the foreign ministers' meeting in Bonn, the G20 process is gaining momentum.
Police in Hamburg are asking for the public's help to identify "Black Bloc" rioters who caused millions in damages at the G20 summit. Officials estimate that up to 6,000 people were involved in the street violence.
A special commission has spent the past six months combing through images of rioters at the Hamburg G20. Police have now carried out raids across Germany.
At a G20 steel summit in Berlin, the world's largest steel-producing countries have agreed to dismantle market-distorting subsidies. But deep division remained between China and the US over how to do that.
Sigmar Gabriel declared at a foreign policy forum that relations with the US will "never be the same" after Trump. He warned institutions like the EU and the UN that they were running the risk of becoming irrelevant.
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