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Copenhagen Clashes

Danish police fire pepper spray and beat protesters with batons outside the U.N. climate conference, as disputes inside deadlock talks and leave major issues unresolved.

Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: Police gather outside the Bella Center in Copenhagen, where they fired tear gas and swung batons to disperse crowds of protesters trying to disrupt the 193-nation climate conference. Demonstrators for days have taken to Copenhagen's streets to demand "climate justice," firm action to combat global warming. Police said 230 protesters were detained.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: Police use pepper spray to push back protesters during a demonstration outside Bella Center, the venue of the U.N. climate change conference, in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: A Danish riot policeman beats a demonstrator who climbed on top of a police vehicle during a demonstration outside the Bella Center, the venue of the U.N. Climate Conference, in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: Danish riot police push back protestors during a demonstration outside the Bella Center, the venue of the U.N. Climate Conference, in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: A protester with a message for PresidentObama takes part in a demonstration outside the Bella Center, the venue of the U.N. Climate Conference, in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: Danish riot police push back protesters during a demonstration outside the Bella Center, top right, the venue of the U.N. Climate Conference, in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Climate Conference Protests

Dec. 16: Danish riot police use their batons to push back protesters during a demonstration outside Bella Center, the venue of the U.N. climate change conference, in Copenhagen.

AP

Copenhagen Clashes

Danish police fire pepper spray and beat protesters with batons outside the U.N. climate conference, as disputes inside deadlock talks and leave major issues unresolved.

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