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Dec 6, 2009 6:00pm EST
like china and india are pointing fingers over who should be working hardest to cut emissions. making cuts is difficult and expensive, meaning higher energy costs for average citizens, in the middle of a ghoe ball recession. >> we may get indignant in the u.s., why aren't china, india doing their things, but the rest of the world is saying, when you are going to show some leadership? >> reporter: this is the room where delegates will gather on monday, when president obama comes here, he'll bring a proposal to cut u.s. emissions 17% by 2020. 83% by 2050. but the president facescopenhag. global warming nay sayers are claiming that e-mails stolen from this research university show climate scientists discussing how to fudge results to promote the idea that humans are altering the planet. today, the u.n. admitted the scandal looks bad. >> i actually think it's very good that what is happened is being critically addressed in the media, because this -- this process has to be based on solid science. >> reporter: the science is solid, according to a vast majority of researchers, with h
Sep 27, 2009 6:00pm EDT
doesn't comply, the u.s. will push for sanctions, but they need russia and china to make them stick. >> the russians and the chinese are never going to sign onto very biting sanctions but they will turn up the heat very increment ally. >> reporter: the wild card in all of this is israel, dan, and prime minister netanyahu has been encouraging lawmakers to take action. israel has said time an again it will not tolerate a nucle nuclear-armed iran. iran very welcome become a nuclear power within one to three years. dan? >> rachel martin at the white house, thank you. for more on this, let's go to martha raddatz, who joins us now from washington, as well. martha, we heard rachel talk there about the possibility that the israelis could take some sort of military action. what could actually be done militarily against the heavily fortified sites, though? >> reporter: well, there are several options. none of them are good, dan. and this is not an option the u.s. wants to use, and the u.s. does not want israel to use this option, either. but they are working on this bomb, which is called a ma
Jul 5, 2009 6:00pm EDT
flooding in southern china have killed 15 people and forced a half million others from their homes the flooding has destroyed houses, flooded crops and made roads impassable. 300 teenagers are stranded at a school tonight with limited supplies of food and water. >>> and coming up here on "world news" this sunday, new developments in the death of pro quarterback steve mcnair. police say that he was murdered, but what about the woman that died with him? >>> the fast food chain who says it wants the pigs that go into the meals to be happy. does that mean healthier or tastier food? >>> and casey kasem, the king of the countdown, shocks his fans. thritis painh not treating is not n option. all prescription nsaid pain relievers, like celebrex, ibuprofen and naproxen, help treat arthritis pain and have some of the same w wnings. but since individual results may vary, having options is important. prescription celebrex has een the option for millions of patients for 10 straight years. just one 200-mg cebrbrex (once a day,) can provide dependable, 24-hur relief for many with arthritis pain, .sti
Aug 2, 2009 6:00pm EDT
across the border from china. they were later tried as spies. e earliest signs from tehran are not encouraging. swiss diplomats who represent u.s. interests in iran were supposed to meet with the iranian foreign ministry today about the americans. that meeting was postponed, david, possibly until tomorrow. >> jim, we know you've recently spent time in iran covering those protests. >> reporter: when iran has held americans in the past, they haven't been abused but they have at times been held for a length of time, months, possibly longer, looking at the tense relations between the two countries right now, it's not unreasonable to expect iran may look at them possibly as bargaining chips. >> jim sciutto, thank you. >>> now, another mystery this evening. tonight, the pentagon confirms remains found in the iraqi desert are those of captain michael speicher whose plane was shot down on the first night of the first gulf war. it had been a mystery ever since the start of the first iraq war. naval pilot scott speicher was shot down on the first night of the war, january 17, 1991. other pil
Nov 29, 2009 6:00pm EST
traffic lights. >> hello. a couple ladies from switzerland, china, japan. it's been amazing. >> reporter: there's plenty of merchandise for them to buy. >> you are so mouth watering. >> reporter: but they might want to stay out of the woods. >>> that's going to do it for "world news" on this sunday. i'm dan harris. for all of us here at abc news, thank you for watching, and good night.
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