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Teenager Thunberg angrily tells U.N. climate summit 'you have stolen my dreams'

Reuters Monday, 23 September 2019
Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg on Monday opened the United Nations Climate Action Summit with an angry condemnation of world leaders for failing to take strong measures to combat climate change - "How dare you," she said.
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Following a global wave of climate strikes, activist Greta Thunberg spoke briefly at the first UN Youth Climate Summit Saturday. We showed that we are united, and that we young people are unstoppable. Greta Thunberg Business Insider reports that around the world, there were many more in her orbit,...

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