Indonesia declared on Monday that air pollution in parts of Sumatra island had returned to normal levels after days of efforts to fight forest fires that have choked areas of Southeast Asia in haze.
A resident tries to extinguish a fire burning on peatland in Indonesia. (Reuters photo)
Twenty-one people have been named suspects in connection with the fires, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said Monday.
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