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U.N. calls for deal to cut greenhouse gases at Rwanda talks

KIGALI (Reuters) - The world will not forgive leaders gathered in Rwanda this week if they fail to back a proposed agreement to cut greenhouse gases, a top U.N. official said on Thursday, calling the deal an easy one to achieve.
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