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Indonesia smog: No solution in sight

18 July 2013 Last updated at 05:16 BST

Singapore and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia have recently been shrouded in a dense, pungent smog caused by fires in Indonesia.

It scared away tourists, cost businesses money and blanketed the region for more than a week.

And the problem is growing. This year, it was the worst for more than 15 years.

Regional leaders have been in talks in Kuala Lumpur looking for a solution to the problem. But after three days, the outcome has left many disappointed.

Jennifer Pak has more from Kuala Lumpur.

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