UN officials confident of Copenhagen deal

United Nations officials are optimistic the attendance of more than 100 world leaders at the Copenhagen summit will produce a global deal to battle climate change. "We will get an agreement -- and, I believe, that the agreement will be signed by all U.N. member states, which is historic. All heads of state and government have the same goal -- to prevent global warming," UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

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