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Jakarta Post

Smog caused by forest and land fires continues to haunt some regions in Indonesia and neighboring countries as the unhealthy air quality has put a halt to school and outdoor activities and affected the health of thousands.

Data compiled by the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) as of Wednesday showed that smog had engulfed South Sumatra, Jambi, Riau as well as West, East and South Kalimantan, where hot spots were detected. (AFP/Adek Berry)

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(JP/ Jon Afrizal, Ardila Syakriah, Rizal Harahap, Dian Septiari)