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Members of civil society shout for governments to Stop Climate Madness - nearly 200 governments clashed over how to finance the cost of global warming

UN climate change summit: Talks stand still as states clash over costs

Japan dramatically scales back long-term commitments to reduce carbon emissions as Australia moves to repeal its carbon tax

Environmental groups, including Greenpeace and WWF, have walked out of U.N. climate talks in Warsaw

Charities quit UN climate talks over lack of action

More than 800 activists from NGOs such as Greenpeace and Oxfam as well as trade unions and social movements have staged a mass walkout of the UN climate talks in Warsaw in protest of the lack of action at the conference.

Despite extreme weather and new evidence, prospects of a deal at this year's climate change conference look bleak

Paris 2015 is the big one – that is when nearly 200 governments around the world have pledged to agree the legally-binding carbon-reduction targets

Residents gather amongst the devastation in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.

We came to Warsaw but we did not conquer: These climate change talks are not fit for purpose

Future generations will ask how we did so little to mitigate global warming

Forget the environment, climate change is now about people

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Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has signed a new long-term contract

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny signs new long-term deal and admits happiness in being a part of the Gunners' 'family'

Szczesny joined the Arsenal academy in 2006 and the 23-year-old looks set for a lengthy stay at the Emirates

Far-right protesters light flares in front of the building of Russian embassy during the annual far-right march, which coincides with Poland's national Independence Day in Warsaw November 11, 2013

In pictures: Poland's national Independence Day turns violent

Thousands of Polish nationalists marched through downtown Warsaw shouting slogans against the government of Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

Typhoon Haiyan overshadows UN climate change talks in Poland

Philippines envoy breaks down and vows to stop eating until 'meaningful outcome is in sight'

Levels of gases in atmosphere blamed for global warming increased to record high in 2012

Atmospheric volumes of greenhouse gases blamed for climate change hit a new record in 2012, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said on Wednesday.

Southampton goalkeeper Artur Boruc will be looking to upset England when he lines up for Poland on Tuesday

Artful Artur Boruc dodges clown comparison

Boruc is in outstanding form but rejects talk of being the new Jan Tomaszewski

Federico Piovaccari will pose the biggest threat to Chelsea when they face Steaua Bucharest in the Champions League tonight

Steaua Bucharest v Chelsea: Opposition analysis

A look at the Blues' Romanian opponents ahead of tonight's Champions League encounter

Yoran: he eventually moved to the US and became the chairman of a commercial aircraft company

Shalom Yoran: Soldier who evaded the Nazis and fought with a Jewish resistance unit

Shalom Yoran was a Polish Jew who survived the Nazi invasion and occupation of his country. He evaded the Einsatzgruppen, or mobile extermination units, survived extreme winter conditions and went on to fight as a partisan in a Jewish resistance unit.

'Stop buying Home Counties schlosses': Boris Johnson rattles super-wealthy with plea for greater philanthropy

Mayor of New York says Britain had yet to catch up with American idea of large-scale giving

Widely admired: Marcel Reich-Ranicki

Marcel Reich-Ranicki: Widely admired literary critic

His verdict on writers stemmed from wide experience

Panamanian workers stand on top of sacks of sugar inside a container aboard a North Korean-flagged ship at the Manzanillo International container terminal on the coast of Colon City, Panama

Cuban shipment headed to North Korea 'without a doubt' violated a UN arms embargo, says Panama

The Chong Chon Gang ship was sailing from Cuba through the Panama Canal when it was seized in July

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