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As you said, "ga" is used to indicate specific things, and in some cases can serve as a topic marker. In the first two examples your topic is being marked by "wa". In the case of the latter three examples, the topic. The first example asks "When is the meeting?". Kaigi (meeting) wa (topic marker) itsu (when, question word) desu (copula, in this case "is") ...
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