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Poor urge deep climate cuts; U.N. says out of reach

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Developing countries said on Wednesday they risked

Poor urge deep climate cuts; U.N. says out of reach

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Developing countries said on Wednesday they risked

EXCLUSIVE: China seen as key U.S. relationship, also a foe - poll

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A plurality of Americans see relations with China as the most important globally for the United States, a survey published on Tuesday showed, but more than half of those polled viewed China was an adversary.

CORRECTED - Clinton wishes he had left White House 'in a coffin'

(Corrects dates for former President Bill Clinton's term of office to 1993 to 2001 from 1992 to 2000)

SPECIAL REPORT - Obama plays China card, but who holds the ace?

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Although U.S. President Barack Obama has never set foot there, China cast a long shadow in the Pacific region where he grew up.

Clinton wishes he had left White House 'in a coffin'

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said on Monday he would have preferred to leave the White House in a coffin because he loved being commander in chief, but signalled his political life was over.

Germany's Merkel urges binding U.N. climate deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged quick agreement on a binding U.N. climate pact on Tuesday even as boycotts held back both U.S. and U.N. work on the deal.

SPECIAL REPORT - Obama plays China card, but who holds the ace?

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Although U.S. President Barack Obama has never set foot there, China cast a long shadow in the Pacific region where he grew up.

EU to choose leaders after reform treaty ratified

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will quickly appoint its first long-term president and a powerful foreign policy chief after ratifying a treaty on Tuesday to give the 27-country bloc more influence on the world stage.

China pushes CO2 capture, storage questions loom

BEIJING (Reuters) - China is pushing to complete its first commercial-scale power plant that can capture and store emissions, but must do more research on how and where to lock away carbon dioxide if the technology is to get wide roll-out.