Beijing Reopens Schools as Smog Eases After Pollution Red AlertBloomberg News
Contamination levels fall below WHO threshold in city center
Jump in pollution coincided with Paris climate change talks
Beijing authorities reopened schools and eased travel restrictions after the thick smog that blanketed the city and prompted the first-ever red-alert warning for air pollution began to thin.
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