COPENHAGEN — Developing countries raised the stakes Thursday for any successful outcome of the U.N. climate talks, demanding that the international community provide $200 billion to mitigate global warming in the poorest nations.

They also issued a challenge to U.S. President Barack Obama, who in his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize spoke in Oslo about climate change as a security issue.

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