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Smog from Indonesia Blankets Thai South

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Satellite image of Southeast Asian haze

Satellite image of Southeast Asian haze. Photo: NASA image by Adam Voiland (NASA Earth Observatory) and Jeff Schmaltz (LANCE MODIS Rapid Response).

SONGKHLA, Sept 9 (TNA) – Smog from neighbouring Indonesia blankets southern provinces of Thailand, causing health hazard to the residents.

The city of Hat Yai in Songkhla province has been the most affected by smog from burning of farmlands and forests in Indonesia as southwest monsoon wind continues.

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