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Environmental activists wearing hazard suits marched onto one of the world's largest open-pit coal mines, near Bonn, on Sunday, the eve of 196-nation U.N. climate talks in the west German city.Some two hundred protesters crossed a denuded no-man's land and lined up like guards at the edge of the 40-square kilometer Hambach opencast coal mine, the biggest manmade hole in Europe.At the same time, the U.N. said in a recent report that 80 to 90 percent of known coal reserves would have to stay in the ground for global warming to be held at under two degrees Celsius, the temperature target laid down by 2015 Paris climate treaty.
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