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One month has passed since the City of Pekanbaru in the Riau Province is covered in haze caused by the forest and land fires in Sumatra.
BMKG announced that the forest fire haze from a number of Sumatra provinces have made it to parts of Aceh.
Indonesia must increase funding to detect and tackle forest fires quicker and enforce conservation laws to avoid another major haze crisis.
Walhi revealed that the number of hotspots believed to be caused by forest fires has increased to 34,000 spots.
Smoke is drifting across Malaysia, raising worries about health and economic damage, especially to tourism.
Indonesia is facing a backlash over an online campaign backing palm oil at a time when forest fires have spread choking haze across the region.
Tourism Ministry's Tourism Crisis Center said that the industry is suffering from the haze caused by forest and land fires.
Transportation Ministry announced that a number of airports are still closed in areas affected by haze caused by land fires in Kalimantan and Sumatra.
The Forest Fire Task Force Team in South Kalimantan plan to sink peatlands that are burning in an effort to extinguish the fire.
Central Kalimantan Government on Tuesday began the process of cloud seeding to put out a fire burning the forest causing haze pollution.
Home Affairs Minister called for the head of regions to be more sensitive upon handling haze issues.
Lion Air Group said it was forced to delay 12 flights due to the thick haze limiting visibility.
The airport in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, was the most affected by the haze from forest fires, the Transportation Ministry says.
A group of Malaysian professionals on Sunday proposed for Putrajaya to sue the Indonesian government over haze.
The smog from forest and land fires in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan thickened on Sunday, September 15.
hick smog coming from forest fires shrouded Tanah Grogot in Paser District, East Kalimantan Province, reducing visibility to 10 meters on Sunday.
21 public health service posts (Puskesmas) in Riau provincial capital of Pekanbaru are on standby to cater to the needs of haze-inflicted residents.
Singapore's air quality deteriorated to "unhealthy" levels on Saturday, September 14, for the first time in three years due to forest fire.
The haze caused by wildfires in Kalimantan and Sumatra on Friday, September 14, has disrupted 54 flights of Lion Air Group.
Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi says the haze from forest fires has yet to affect the nation's aviation industry.