'Indonesia forest fires cost 100,000 lives'

'Indonesia forest fires cost 100,000 lives'

World September 20, 2016 05:00

- "The forest fires that ravaged Indonesia for months last year, believed to have more than 100,000 people killed. This is mainly due to the inhalation of fine dust, which contained large amounts of carbon."

"Researchers at the US universities Harvard and Columbia say that not only people of Indonesia affected by the particulate matter were. Even residents of neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore have died from the contaminated air. The researchers described their findings in the journal Environmental Research Letters."

"The fires surpassed until October especially the large islands of Sumatra and Borneo. The climate phenomenon El Niño is blamed for the huge fires. The Indonesian government came up with a very different death toll: 24.\n  \n    \n     \n      \n        2:06\n      \n     Muslim Preacher dist Ismail and Crook\n     \n     \n      \n        0:58\n      \n     Tidal wave grips girl (10)\n     \n     \n      \n        1:00\n      \n     Most dangerous airport in the world?"

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