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By David Akana in Copenhagen As some world leaders praise last week’s climate change deal reached in the Danish Capital of Copenhagen, a leading negotiator for developing countries and prominent voice in the climate change talks for Africa has voiced his disappointment with the outcome. In very strong and uncompromising terms, Lumumba Di Aping said that the ‘deal’ is ...Full Article
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