Haze returns to Sarawak


By YU JI

Satellite image detects open burning larger than 10-sq-m, 475 hotspots on Borneo and almost all in Kalimantan, Indonesia.

KUCHING: The haze has returned to Sarawak, with Sri Aman town, about 160km from the state capital, breaching the unhealthy air quality index pre-dawn.

With an Air Pollution Index (API) reading of 112, Sri Aman had the worst haze in the country Tuesday morning. It crossed into the unhealthy range at 4am.

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