Views from Cancun: Bolivia's U.N. ambassador
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Views from Cancun: Bolivia's U.N. ambassador

Bolivia is blocking a global deal on curbing deforestation, on the grounds that it would allow capitalists to invest in poor countries' forests. Negotiators met until 4 a.m. Friday morning trying to resolve Bolivia's objections, but failed to do so. (Juliet Eilperin/The Washington Post)

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