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Top world leaders will speak at UN climate summit. Global warming, fossil fuels will be high in mind

By JAMEY KEATEN and SETH BORENSTEIN
Associated Press

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — International climate talks turned to a power game as dozens of world‘s leaders including the Saudi crown prince and India’s prime minister were to speak, though two of the world’s most powerful men — President Joe Biden of the U.S. and President Xi Jinping — were glaringly absent. Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman of Saudi Arabia and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India  were among more than 75 world leaders set to address the U.N. climate conference in Dubai that wants to keep the planet from heating too much because of mankind’s actions.

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