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Malaysian PM to write to Indonesia's leader as row over haze flares

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said on Thursday, as a row over smoke from forest fires simmers.
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A video has emerged from South Kalimantan in Indonesia showing the treacherous conditions on the roads caused smog or haze. A video filmed on Saturday in Banjarbaru showed drivers contending with extremely limited visibility. Several separate forest fires in Indonesia are responsible for the...

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