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Climate treaty negotiators struggle to reach deal

By Arthur Max
Associated Press / December 10, 2011
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Negotiators from Europe, tiny islands threatened by rising oceans, and the world’s poorest countries sought to keep alive the only treaty governing global warming and move to the next stage, struggling against an unlikely alliance of the United States, China, and India. Bleary-eyed delegates worked through the night Thursday and all day yesterday, and the two-week U.N. conference stretched past the hour it was supposed to end, with the negotiators looking ahead to a second and final night of meetings expected to last until dawn today.

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