Update December 13, 2015

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Dr Yunus applauds for historic Paris deal

Sumel Sarker

(FILES) In this photograph taken on January 25, 2012, Bangladesh's microfinance pioneer Muhammad Yunus smiles during a session at The World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting 2012 in Davos.   Bangladesh Finance Minister A.M.A. Muhith has said the government will form a commission to ensure "accountability" of the Grameen social businesses run by Nobel peace laureate Muhammad Yunus. The government had fired Yunus from the microlending pioneer Grameen Bank last March, but the 2006 Nobel winner still leads scores of social businesses, aimed at creating jobs and reducing poverty in the country.  AFP PHOTO/ERIC PIERMONT/FILES

Dr Yunus applauds for historic Paris deal

13 December 2015, Nirapad News: Nobel laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus congratulated the parties concerned for historic deal over climate change in ongoing climate summit in Paris.

A press release, sent from Yunus Centre on Sunday (December 13) said, ‘This is a unique moment in the history of the world, all nations agreed to take steps to protect our planet’.

‘This global consensus provides the strength for us, the citizens of this planet, to make it happen even earlier than proposed.’

‘Congratulations to the people of the world’, the release added.

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