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Topic - Jorge Arguello
The new ambassador from Argentina, who arrived in Washington last week, has been using diplomacy to refight the Falklands War, a conflict over a group of islands off the coast of the South American nation that his country lost to Britain 30 year ago.
Developing countries said Friday that rich nations are refusing to negotiate an extension of their commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, charging that they sought to "maintain their privileges and levels of consumption" at the expense of the poor.