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TO GO WITH Indonesia-environment-pollution,FOCUS by Dessy Sagita 
This photo taken on October 27, 2015 shows volunteers extinguishing a peatland fire in the outskirts of Palangkaraya, a city of 240,000 in Indonesia's central Kalimantan where respiratory illnesses have soared as the smog has worsened in recent weeks. Desperate civilians at the epicentre of Indonesia's haze crisis are taking the fight into the own hands, using whatever meager resources they have to confront the fires ravaging their communities as they tire of waiting for the government to take action.    AFP PHOTO / Bay ISMOYO        (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
TO GO WITH Indonesia-environment-pollution,FOCUS by Dessy Sagita 
This photo taken on October 27, 2015 shows volunteers extinguishing a peatland fire in the outskirts of Palangkaraya, a city of 240,000 in Indonesia's central Kalimantan where respiratory illnesses have soared as the smog has worsened in recent weeks. Desperate civilians at the epicentre of Indonesia's haze crisis are taking the fight into the own hands, using whatever meager resources they have to confront the fires ravaging their communities as they tire of waiting for the government to take action.    AFP PHOTO / Bay ISMOYO        (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)

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