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All India Radio Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
US denies reports of change in stance on Paris climate accordThe United States has denied reports that it is softening its stance on the Paris climate accord.
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News video: US could stay in Paris climate accord 'under the right conditions', Rex Tillerson says

US could stay in Paris climate accord 'under the right conditions', Rex Tillerson says 01:01

White House officials have been sending mixed messages on whether the US could remain in the Paris climate accord, signalling a shift from President Donald Trump's stand to pull out of the deal.In remarks on the CBS program Face the Nation, on 17 September , Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson,...

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