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VOA 2-min news 211108_07pm



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This is VOA News via remote. I’m Liz Palka.

Former US President Barack Obama told the UN climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, that world leaders at the summit have not done nearly enough to address the climate crisis, speaking during the second full week of the talks on Monday.

President Obama said that most nations failed to meet the commitments made in the 2015 Paris Climate Conferences Agreement.

He also said the world is nowhere near where it needs to be in confronting climate change. He said it was particularly discouraging that the leaders of China and Russia, two of the largest emitters, declined to attend the Glasgow conference.

President Obama said both nations have demonstrated what appears to be a dangerous lack of urgency on climate change.

Communities on both sides of the US-Mexico border are preparing for heavy traffic and long waits at ports of entry on Monday.

That's when the US reopened its land borders to non-essential travel, after almost 20 months of COVID-19 restrictions.

Travel across land borders from Canada and Mexico has been largely restricted to workers whose jobs are deemed essential.

New rules will allow fully-vaccinated foreign nationals to enter the US, regardless of the reason. US officials urge travelers to have their travel and vaccine documents readily available for border authorities.

US Customs and Border Protection also urged people traveling for non-essential reasons to avoid crossing at peak times.

Japanese health officials say the country reported no daily COVID-19 deaths on Sunday. That was the first time the nation could say that in more than a year.

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