Activists protest at the UN climate change talks venue

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Delegates in the city of Durban in South Africa have been trying to agree on a new global treaty to tackle climate change for the last two weeks.

A deal is yet too be reached and whilst the negotiations were going on - dozens of environmental activists took to the corridors at the venue, criticising the slow process and urging the United States to act.

The protests came to a halt once the UN security guards surrounded the demonstrators.

Eric Camara reports from Durban, South Africa.

This footage was filmed on mobile phone.

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