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Imperiled by climate change, Pacific nations chide Australia

Reuters Friday, 16 August 2019
Small Pacific islands nations at risk from rising sea levels lambasted Australia on Friday after it blocked moves at a regional forum to set down tough policies to combat climate change.
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