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Indonesia blames Malaysian companies for some forest fires

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
Indonesia on Friday blamed four Malaysian companies, including the world's biggest producer of sustainable palm oil, for causing some of the forest fires within its borders, in an escalating row between neighbours over regional haze.
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News video: Hundreds of Muslims in Sumatra pray for rain to end forest fire haze crisis

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The haze crisis in Indonesia brought on by forest fires has prompted people in the Riau region to pray by the thousands for rain.

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