Pressure mounts as U.N. climate negotiations enter final day

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By Kate Abnett and Jake Spring GLASGOW (Reuters) – Negotiators at the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow are expected to lock horns on Friday for what is scheduled to be the final day of bargaining over how to stop global warming from becoming catastrophic. After nearly two weeks of talks, the almost 200 countries represented at the summit remain at odds over a range of issues from how rich nations should compensate poor ones for damage caused by climate-driven disasters to how often nations should be required to update their emissions pledges. “There is still a lot more work to be done,” Alok Sha…

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