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In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 27, 2010 released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Mongolian Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar answers questions during a Cabinet meeting aimed at drawing attention to climate change held in Gashuunii Khooloi, a sandy valley in South Gobi province, Mongolia. Top Mongolian officials donned dark green baseball caps reading "Save our planet" and set up chairs and tables in the sands of the Gobi desert for the Cabinet meeting held in scorching heat Friday.  (AP Photo/Xinhua, Asigang)
Photo by: Asigang
In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 27, 2010 released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Mongolian Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar answers questions during a Cabinet meeting aimed at drawing attention to climate change held in Gashuunii Khooloi, a sandy valley in South Gobi province, Mongolia. Top Mongolian officials donned dark green baseball caps reading "Save our planet" and set up chairs and tables in the sands of the Gobi desert for the Cabinet meeting held in scorching heat Friday. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Asigang)

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