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      Hundreds arrested at Copenhagen protest rally

      a demonstrator blows soap bubbles in front of a police line during a protest march in central copenhagen december 11 , 2009 t photograph: christian charisius/reuters more than 900 campaigners were arrested in copenhagen last night as police were accused of overreacting to sporadic street violence t the arrests came the day before an appeal in the danish capital by the archbishop of canterbury , dr rowan williams , for people to start loving and caring for their world t williams will address a congregation including queen margrethe of denmark and senior international politicians t he will call for a scaling down of the extravagant use of energy and the amount of waste across the planet t these things will only happen if we learn to love the world we live in , he will say t williams , a passionate believer in the need for control of the causes of climate change , has had strong words for those who deny that man's activities are not responsible for the current phase of global warming t don't please listen to those who say that there is some kind of choice to be made between looking after human beings and looking after the planet t it is one of the most foolish errors around these days , he said t but last night violence broke out when tens of thousands of people – some dressed as penguins and polar bears , carrying signs saying: save the humans – took to the streets t the march had been organised to urge conference delegates to work out a binding deal to tackle climate change but was marred when a group of protesters threw bricks at police t hundreds were arrested and police kettled several hundred more before sending coaches into the pen , filling them up and driving away t henri fffje , who was in copenhagen with attac , a group opposed to international free trade , was standing in front of the group that was penned in and taken away by police t i was in the last line of people before the police suddenly moved in for no obvious reason t it seemed as if they just wanted to take out a bunch of random people t no one was being violent , i didn't see anyone doing anything apart from singing and chanting and marching t everything had been really peaceful , fffje said t a british demonstrator , georgy forshall , told the observer : two of my friends are in there t the police said demonstrators had been throwing stones , but my friends were in a cow costume , they wouldn't have been able to throw stones t police said two britons had been deported t there were many thousands on the march t the police knew that some of them were activists t some of them were throwing stones and in that case we make arrests t the activists also wear masks on their faces and this is illegal under danish law , police spokesman henrik moeller jakobsen said t the disruption marks the halfway point of the climate talks t this week the un-sponsored summit enters its final phase with more than 100 world leaders , including barack obama , gordon brown and chinese premier wen jiabao , arriving to hammer out a deal t the conference has been characterised by posturing and recriminations but gained focus on friday with the release of a document outlining ambitious greenhouse gas reductions over the next 40 years t industrialised nations will bear most of the burden of emission cuts in the short term , it is proposed t they will reduce their output of greenhouse gases by ff%-45% by 2020 , compared with 1990 levels t major developing countries would reduce theirs by ff%-30% t together , all countries would cut emissions by ffff95% by 2050 t however , the text fails to indicate how much money rich countries would give poorer ones to cope with global warming , a major bone of contention t the european union has pledged to provide £f.2bn a year over the next three years to help poorer countries adapt to the impact of climate change t island states , such as the maldives , the seychelles and tuvalu , are the most vulnerable to sea-level rises t they want any treaty agreed at copenhagen to set a target year , within the next decade , when emissions peak and then begin to fall .
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