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US agrees to help developing nations fight climate change
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U.S. President Barack Obama said that developed countries agreed to increase resources and provide financial assistance to help developing countries in dealing with climate change at the joint press conference held in L'Aquila, Italy on Thursday.

(Xinhua News Agency July 10, 2009)

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