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Meanwhile, church bells in Denmark and other countries rang 350 times, a number that refers to what many scientists consider a safe level of carbon dioxide in the air.

The hundreds of demonstrators were outnumbered by police officers in riot gear who surrounded them. Steen Munch said police found boltcutters and gas masks when they searched a truck that led the demonstration. At least 200 activists were detained, he said.

A day earlier, police had detained nearly 1,000 activists at the tail end of a 40,000strong march toward the suburban conference center where the 192nation UN climate conference is being held.

The detainees were from a range of European countries as well as the US, Kenya, Belarus, Japan, Mongolia, China and Turkey, police said.

Only 13 of them remained in custody Sunday. Of those, three two Danes and a Frenchman were set to be arraigned in court on preliminary charges of fighting with police.

Police said they detained the activists when some of them started breaking windows of buildings in downtown Copenhagen. A police officer received minor injuries when he was hit by a rock thrown from the group and one protester was injured by fireworks, Steen Munch said.

Critics blasted the Danish law that allows police to make preventative arrests if they believe a demonstration will turn violent and hold suspected troublemakers for up to 12 hours without a court arraignment.

They have arrested 1,000 people. And they only followed up on three of them, Amnesty spokeswoman Ida Thuesen said. There are lot of people who havent done anything and had no intention of doing anything.

The conference took a day off Sunday, though more than 40 environment ministers and other highlevel negotiators were meeting for informal talks at the Danish Foreign Ministry on greenhouse emissions cuts and financing for poor nations to deal with climate change.

The pledges on emissions cuts so far are short of the minimum proposed in a draft agreement to keep temperatures from rising to a dangerous level.

Als watches michael kors sale o Sunday, Christian leaders from around the world took part in an ecumenical service dedicated to climate change and led by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams at Copenhagens Lutheran cathedral.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa joined church leaders from Tuvalu, Zambia, Mexico, Greenland and Denmark to warn about the dangers of a warming world.

They carried symbols of climate change, a glacier stone from Greenland and bleached corals from the Pacific Ocean. The Rev. Suzanne Matale of Zambia held up a driedup cob of corn.

Many people have already perished as a result of droughts, floods and desertification brought about by climate change, Matale said.

After the service the church bells sounded 350 times in a campaign to draw attention to global warming. and Canada.

About 300 churches in Sweden took part, including the Cathedral in Stockholms Old Town.

Many scientists say 350 parts per million is the upper level of what is considered a safe concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere.

The European Union, Japan and Australia joined the US Saturday in criticizing the draft global warming pact that says major developing nations must rein in greenhouse gases, but only if they have outside financing. Rich nations want to require developing nations to limit emissions, with or without financial help.

Indian Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh said his country the worlds No. watches michael kors sale 5 greenhouse gas polluter will not offer more than its current pledge to slow its growth rate of emissions. It has offered to cut greenhouse gases measured against production by 20 to watches michael kors sale 25 percent by 2020. watches michael kors sale