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Air Quality Suffers As Australian Fires Continue To Burn

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Air Quality Suffers As Australian Fires Continue To Burn

Air Quality Suffers As Australian Fires Continue To Burn

Australia&apos;s capital is among the most polluted major cities in the world, with pollution levels 25 times higher than the &quot;hazardous&quot; threshold.

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