Beijing Reopens Schools as Smog Eases After Pollution Red Alert

  • 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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