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Global Warming Pact Adopted at Bali Talks

Forged after a series of around-the-clock negotiations involving 187 nations, the new compromise bridges the differences between Bush administration officials' insistence that rapidly industrializing nations do their part to address global warming and the developing world's call for greater climate action by Washington.

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