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Sir David Attenborough to 60 Minutes: "A crime has been committed"

CBS News Sunday, 27 September 2020
Eighteen years after declining to take a hard stance in his first profile on 60 Minutes, Sir David Attenborough warns about the dangers of climate change.
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