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South Korean schools are advising students to wear masks when they go outdoors. On March 5, when this picture was taken, the country's average pollution reading hit three times the recommended level.   © Reuters
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'Killer dust' pollutes South Korea's relations with China

Beijing rebuffs Moon's attempt to share blame for deteriorating air

KIM JAEWON, Nikkei staff writer | South Korea

SEOUL -- South Korea is choking on smog, and even the president is pinning at least some of the blame on China.

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