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Red skies cover parts of Indonesia as forest fire haze crisis worsens

Red skies cover parts of Indonesia as forest fire haze crisis worsens

Eerie red skies have covered parts of Indonesia as the country’s haze crisis caused by rainforest fires worsened. The region has been covered in thick blankets of smog for the past two weeks after farmers began burning waste crops on agricultural land. Footage from Jambi province shows the terrifying apocalyptic scene with locals having to cover their faces with masks and the streets deserted.
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