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Singapore haze hits record high

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Pollution levels reached a new record high for a third day in a row in Singapore, as smoky haze from fires in Indonesia shrouded the city state.

The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) hit 401 at 12:00 on Friday (04:00 GMT) - the highest in Singapore's history.

The index also reached 400 in one part of Indonesia, which is readying helicopters and cloud-seeding equipment in an effort to tackle the fires.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...d-asia-22998592

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Hope they get the fires put out soon. If these fires were started to burn down the forest for palm oil production I hope they catch that person or company responsible. Babies and people with health problems already could die from breathing that smoke for too long.

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