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Can the U.N. Habitat summit help the world's swelling ranks of urban poor?

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It's the first major summit in 20 years to tackle issues faced by the world's fast-growing cities - rising inequality, expanding slums and unsustainable infrastructure - but can the U.N.'s cities summit this week deliver concrete results?
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