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Pakistan Tests A Plastic Bag Ban In Islamabad

NPR Tuesday, 6 August 2019 ()
On Aug. 14, Pakistan will become the latest country to ban single-use plastic bags. The nation uses 55 billion bags a year, and many wind up clogging rivers and littering the countryside.
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