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Smog-ridden Mexico City suspends school classes due to pollution

Reuters India Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Mexico's government ordered schools in and around Mexico City to be closed on Thursday in an extraordinary step taken due to elevated levels of pollution in the smog-wreathed capital.
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