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'The richest countries caused the problem, but it is the world's poorest who are suffering from the effects.'
When demand for oil consistently surpasses supply, experts warn that our lives will look "very differently".
Severe weather events are wracking the planet, and experts warn of even greater consequences to come.
Scientists warn climate change could lead to unprecedented disaster if swift action not taken.
US considers releasing oil from emergency stockpiles as crude prices top $106 on Libyan and Middle Eastern concerns.
Saudi Arabia increases production by 700,000 barrels per day, but OPEC hasn't formally sanctioned the move.
Humberto Marquez
President orders forced reopening of fuel depots closed by workers striking over planned pensions overhaul.
One-third of petrol stations running low on fuel as strikes prevent supplies from being delivered.
More than 2.5 million demonstrators take to the streets, unions say, as fears of a fuel shortage loom.
Tens of thousands of people expected to take to the streets over pension plans as fears of a fuel shortage increase.
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