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Indian children wearing air pollution masks attend a demonstration to spread awareness of the problem of air pollution on Children's Day in New Delhi on November 14, 2017. Angry parents accused Delhi authorities on November 13 of "playing with children's health" as schools reopened despite a fresh surge in pollution to emergency levels. Doctors declared a public health emergency last week when choking smog descended on the capital and elsewhere in northern India, prompting authorities to close schools, ban construction and bar trucks from entering the city.

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Un nouveau rapport de l'OMS révèle que les enfants sont particulièrement vulnérables à la pollution de l'air. Tous les ans, 93% des enfants du monde respirent un air qui met en danger leur développement.

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