What it's like breathing in Asia's hazardous haze
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Indonesia haze: What it's like breathing in Asia's hazardous smoke

Every year, fires in Indonesia create a smoky haze that can end up blanketing the region, choking millions of people.

It's caused serious long-term health problems, and authorities have tried to clamp down - so why is it still happening?

Video by Tessa Wong.

  • 19 Sep 2019
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