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U.S. viewed as delaying progress as climate talks near an uncertain end

DURBAN, South Africa -- Minutes after being heckled this morning by a college student about the U.S. position on climate change, State Department Envoy Todd Stern pushed back hard against the widespread perception here that the United States is blocking action until 2020. Striding into an afternoon press conference, Stern insisted that the idea is a "misconception" that he wants to put to rest. "It is completely off base to suggest that the U.S. wants to delay action until 2020," he said.

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