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PARIS, November 30, Chinadaily/Xinhua -- Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China made a speech named Work Together to Build a Win-Win, Equitable and Balanced Governance Mechanism on Climate Change at the Opening Ceremony of the Paris Conference on Climate Change.

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PARIS, November 30, Xinhua -- Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is attending the opening session of a major United Nations climate change conference here, met with his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama on Monday.

The two heads of state discussed ways to push forward bilateral ties while pledging concerted effort to make the Paris negotiations a success.

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BEIJING, November 26, Xinhua -- Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the opening ceremony of the Paris Climate Conference from Nov. 29 to Nov. 30, pay state visits to Zimbabwe and South Africa from Dec. 1 to Dec. 5, and will also chair the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Johannesburg.

During his visits, Xi is expected to express China's proposals on countering climate change at the Paris conference and China's new initiatives to promote its comprehensive cooperation with Africa.

DIFFERENTIATED RESPONSIBILITIES ON CLIMATE CHANGE

China has called for the upcoming Paris Climate Conference to be realistic about the different capabilities and responsibilities among developed and developing countries, Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said at a press briefing on Wednesday.

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NEWYORK, November 21, Xinhua -- Janos Pasztor, UN assistant secretary-general on climate change, addresses a press conference at the UN headquarters in New York Nov. 20, 2015. "The Paris Climate Change Conference is going ahead and all the related events are going ahead," said Janos Pasztor on Friday. (Xinhua/Li Muzi)

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WASHINGTON, November 20, Xinhua -- About half of all tree species in the Amazon, the world's most diverse forest, may be at risk for extinction, according to a new study published Friday.

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