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Australia's bushfires make massive clouds of pollution

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
Smoke from Australia's bushfires has blanketed its major cities over the past month, turned the sky over New Zealand bright orange and left sooty deposits on its glaciers and drifted across the Pacific to South America.
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