Peat land fire in South Sumatra
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'Slow progress' to beat South Sumatra fires

Indonesia is scrambling to control huge forest fires that have been raging across three provinces for months.

Haze from the fires has blanketed parts of south east Asia, pushing pollution levels to record highs in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

The BBC's Jerome Wirawan joins fire fighters trying to contain a massive blaze in a pulp and paper plantation in South Sumatra.

  • 23 Sep 2015
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