• Bid to break gridlock as climate talks face last day


    LIMA: Negotiations on a pact to curb climate change enter their final day on Friday with a push to break gridlock among rich and poor countries. Progress in the December 1-12 talks has been hampered by the revival of a years-old squabble over sharing responsibility for cutting greenhouse-gas emissions. On Thursday, US Secretary of State John Kerry urged developing nations to ease their stance, saying they too would have to roll back carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels, even if they felt it was unfair.


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