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(From China Daily)
KUALA LUMPUR: Schools suspended classes and people were urged to stay indoors as a noxious haze blamed on forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia thickened yesterday to dangerous levels over Kuala Lumpur and surrounding towns.
Environment Minister Adenan Satem said the haze, which appeared suddenly last week and has hung like a persistent brown cloud, is concentrated over Klang Valley. The valley includes Malaysia's main city Kuala Lumpur, the administrative capital Putrajaya and a sprawling residential neighbourhood, Petaling Jaya.
"The situation is not getting better. It is getting worse," Adenan told a news conference. He said …