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Macron urges US, China to pay their fair share for climate change

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French President Emmanuel Macron has urged the United States, China and other non-European rich nations to pay their fair share to help poorer countries deal with climate change. Nearly 100 heads of state and government will speak at the summit today and tomorrow, but China's President Xi Jinping is not attending the conference.
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