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COP26: How COVID-19 is making it difficult for smaller nations to attend

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Borders remain closed in many Pacific island countries to keep local communities safe from COVID-19. Image: Unsplash/Jovi Waqa

Beh Lih Yi
Correspondent, Thomas Reuters Foundation
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