Nightly News   |  June 22, 2013

Singapore smog eases

Wildfires have caused an air pollution crisis in southeast Asia. The air in smog-choked Singapore improved slightly Saturday, after planes in neighboring Indonesia water-bombed the wildfires that have blanketed the region with thick, choking smoke. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.

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>>> overseas, wildfires have caused an air pollution crisis in southeast asia . the air in smog choked singapore today improved a bit after planes and neighbors indonesia water bombed the wildfires that have blanketed the region with thick, choking smoke.