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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, left, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, second from right, talk before the start of the opening ceremony of the G-20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, on Sunday.

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Tayyip Erdogan... and Shinzo Abe... talk before the start of the opening ceremony...

The body language suggests otherwise!!

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Yeah, pointing at someone who is holding up a hand to stop. Or is just a split second in time?

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Abe is asking for more kebab restaurants in Roppongi.

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Abe is asking for more kebab restaurants in Roppongi.

Erdogan: No!

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Abe: I read you killed freedom of the press and put in jail hundreds of Professors. You are the man!

Erdogan: I am just a man of the people, just like you. Bah hah hah!

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Abe:

Uhm..

Erdogan:

Not right now.

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Game of 'Rock-scissors-paper', goes horribly wrong.

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Abe: Pull my finger, Erdogan.

Erdogan: No no, you'll unleash the kamikaze!

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They must all be aliens or Jedi, since they can communicate with their mouths closed. Erdogen shutting all four down with one hand gesture.

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I get tired of these "leaders." Nothing ever comes out of these except photos to show the peole who is in charge of their lives.

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They're trying to decide what to put on the pizza, and Erdogan is saying no to octopus and mayo.

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Abe: You listen to me right now.

Erdogan: Get lost no interest in talking to a you.

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such little hands!

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The guy with the glasses: Shall I hit him, boss?

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"Your staged coup was genius."

"Not so loud, Shinzo!"

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Abe trying to play the world diplomat saying, "you must stop bombing the Kurds," Erdogan: "none of your business, enough."

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