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President of Kiribati tells world leaders to leave the politics at home for Paris climate conference
By Online Editor
8:28 pm GMT+12, 26/11/2015, France
The president of Kiribati, whose sprawling Pacific Ocean island nation is being consumed by rising sea levels, has urged world leaders to leave their domestic politics at home and commit resources to help the most vulnerable countries tackle the challenges of climate change when they meet in Paris…
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