Air pollution in Afghan cities reaches alarming point

16:42, April 21, 2011      

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An afghan worker works at a brick factory in outskirt of Kabul, Afghanistan, on April 17, 2011. Air pollution in Afghan big cities, particularly the capital city Kabul, has reached alarming point as head of National Environment Directorate, Mustafa warned last Sunday of dire consequences if air pollution is not checked.(Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)


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