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Malaysia warns Malacca Strait ships as haze worsens (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
by NewsReader 10-09-2006

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia on Monday warned ships sailing through Asia's busiest waterway to guard against accidents as a choking smog smothering the region cut visibility.

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