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UN climate talks in limbo as rifts among countries remain

Seattle Times Saturday, 14 December 2019
MADRID (AP) — Countries remain deadlocked in talks over combating climate change as U.N. talks drag on beyond the official deadline. Officials from almost 200 countries met early Saturday to examine new texts drafted overnight. Many nations and observers said the latest versions risked backtracking on existing commitments made in the 2015 Paris climate accord […]
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