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2005-11-29 00:25:00

Host Canada urged a wider fight against global warming at the start of 189-country talks on Monday that will try to enlist the United States and poor nations in U.N.-led schemes to fight climate change beyond 2012.

2005-11-28 18:55:00

Host Canada urged a wider fight against global warming at the start of 189-country talks on Monday that will try to enlist the United States and poor nations in U.N.-led schemes to fight climate change beyond 2012.

2005-11-28 14:30:00

Host Canada urged a broader fight against global warming at the start on Monday of U.N. talks which include the United States, which has pulled out of the main U.N. environmental accord.

2005-11-28 09:14:24

By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent MONTREAL, Canada (Reuters) - A U.N. conference opening in Canada on Monday will try to step up a fight against global warming by drawing the United States and developing nations into U.N.-led agreements beyond 2012.

2005-11-28 08:10:00

This should be a proud moment for Canada, where a major conference to find a successor to the Kyoto climate change treaty opens on Monday. Instead, the government is faced with an embarrassing predicament.

2005-11-28 05:52:34

By Isabel Reynolds TOKYO (Reuters) - A dream team of movie stars from China and Japan gathered in Tokyo on Monday to promote "Memoirs of a Geisha," the first big-budget Hollywood romance to feature an almost entirely Asian cast.

2005-11-28 01:18:51

By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent MONTREAL, Canada (Reuters) - A U.N. conference opening in Canada on Monday will try to step up a fight against global warming by drawing the United States and developing nations into U.N.-led agreements beyond 2012.

2005-11-27 18:55:02

By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent MONTREAL, Canada (Reuters) - Host Canada expressed hopes of easing a dispute between the United States and most of its allies on ways to combat global warming at U.N. climate talks starting on Monday.

2005-11-27 11:52:38

By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent MONTREAL, Canada (Reuters) - Washington will battle with its allies over how to slow climate change beyond 2012 at UN talks in Canada this week that will also test developing nations' willingness to do more to fight global warming.

2005-11-22 07:35:00

About 190 nations meet in Canada next week to try to enlist the United States and such developing nations as China and India in the U.N.-led fight against global warming beyond 2012.


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