Mr. Trump appeared to have more pleasant exchanges with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and Australia’s prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, who hoped for reassurance that the U.S. would honor the refugee resettlement deal struck with the Obama administration.
• Myanmar was shaken by a rare and brazen assassination.
The country’s most prominent Muslim lawyer, U Ko Ni, was shot dead at the airport in Yangon, after returning with a government delegation from a trip to Indonesia. He appeared to have been shot while in his family car, while holding his grandchild.
A suspect was arrested, but no motive was immediately evident.