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PHOTO GALLERY: China alerts spread as Beijing besieged by smog


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TO GO WITH China-economy-environment-coal-climate,FOCUS by Tom HANCOCK In this photo taken on November 19, 2015 (AFP)
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TO GO WITH China-economy-environment-coal-climate,FOCUS by Tom HANCOCK In this photo taken on November 19, 2015, (AFP)
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This picture taken on December 8, 2015 shows a billboard broadcasting advertisement outside a building (AFP)
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Vehicles using lights travel on a bridge amid heavy smog after the city issued its first ever "red alert" for air pollution, in Beijing, China, December 8, 2015. (Reuters)
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A building and a large screen are seen through thick smog in Beijing December 8, 2015 as China's capital issues its first ever "red alert" for pollution. (Reuters)
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People drive along a highway on a polluted day in Beijing on December 9, 2015. Pollution red alerts spread to more Chinese (AFP)
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This picture taken on December 8, 2015 shows birds flying across a street amid heavy smog in Beijing. Half of Beijing's private cars were ordered off the streets on December 8 (AFP)
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An ambulance (top C) drives along an overpass amid heavy air pollution in Beijing on December 8, 2015 (AFP)
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A woman wears a mask for protection against the pollution in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015 (AP)
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As international leaders and environmentalists debate the future of a planet facing climate change at COP21 in Paris, pollution red alerts spread to more cities in industrialised China

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