Haze Worsens as Smog Covers Singapore, Parts of IndonesiaBy
Palangkaraya and Pontianak air quality at hazardous levels
Indonesia set 15 to 30-day deadlines to fight forest fires
The haze from Indonesian forest fires intensified Tuesday afternoon, driving the pollution gauge in parts of the country to hazardous levels and blanketing downtown Singapore with a layer of smog.
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