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4 Nov 2019

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Karl Mathiesen and Chloé Farand, Climate Home News

Chile pulls out of hosting COP25 climate talks amid civil unrest

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Chile’s president Sebastian Piñera announced the country would not host the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) meeting or the Cop25 climate talks on [30 October]... UN Climate Change said they were “currently exploring alternative hosting options”...[T]he Chilean government said it would continue to preside over the Cop25 negotiations until it passes on the baton to the UK ahead of next year’s meeting...  A state of emergency was declared in Chile [in October 2019] after... [p]rotesters denouncing social inequality and the privatisation of social services were met with violent repression by Chilean police and armed forces. Last week, CHN reported that 18 people had been killed in the violence... UN high commissioner for human rights and former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet said she would investigate allegations of human rights violationsThe climate talks... had already been moved once after Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro withdrew Brazil as host.

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