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UK to give £1bn in foreign aid to help developing countries fight climate change

Independent Sunday, 22 September 2019
Boris Johnson's visit to the UN will be dominated by Brexit and the Saudi Arabian oil attack – but the early focus is the climate crisis
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News video: Climate activists block traffic in D.C.

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Activists seeking to pressure U.S. politicians to fight climate change blocked major traffic hubs in the U.S. capital on Monday, drawing attention to a U.N. Climate Summit that will be attended by leaders from about 60 countries. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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