Residential buildings are enveloped in a blanket of smog as a firecracker lights up on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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Air pollution in New Delhi worsened again Sunday and officials warned of little relief in sight from the smog, which has even caused one airline to cancel flights to the world's most polluted capital. The U.S. Embassy website Sunday showed levels of the smallest and most harmful airborne pollutants reached 676, about 27 times the World Health Organization's safe maximum, after falling slightly late last week.Delhi authorities have halted all construction, shut brick kilns and banned lorries from entering the city but pollution levels have remained stubbornly high, hovering around hazardous levels for six days in the city and other parts of north India.
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