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Ahead of the Climate Action Summit, more than 200 representatives of leading environmental and human rights groups met in New York to spark what they hope will become an international movement.
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U.S. aid experts widely expect President Donald Trump to discuss his administration's foreign assistance review when he addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York next week.