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Badminton 2018: China Open Fuzhou

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Nov. 9, 2018 - Fuzhou, China - KENTO MOMOTA of Japan returns the shuttlecock during the men's singles quarter final match against Son Wan Ho of South Korea at BWF Fuzhou China Open in Fuzhou, China. Momota won 2-0. (Credit Image: © Xinhua/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Badminton 2018: Fuzhou China Open

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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November 9, 2018 - Fuzhou, China - Kento Momota of Japan returns the shuttlecock during the men's singles quarter final match against Son Wan Ho of South Korea at BWF Fuzhou China Open in Fuzhou, China, Nov. 9, 2018. Kento Momota won 2-0. (Credit Image: © Xinhua/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Badminton 2018: Fuzhou China Open

Data da imagem: 08/11/2018
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Nov. 8, 2018 - Fuzhou, China - KENTO MOMOTA of Japan returns the shuttlecock during the men's singles second round match against Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus of Denmark at BWF Fuzhou China Open in Fuzhou, China. Momota won 2:0. (Credit Image: © Xinhua/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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Badminton 2018: BWF Fuzhou China Open

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
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November 7, 2018 - Fuzhou, China - Lee Hyun II of South Korea returns the shuttlecock during the men's singles first round match against Anders Antonsen of Denmark at BWF Fuzhou China Open in Fuzhou. Lee Hyun II lost 1-2. (Credit Image: © Xinhua/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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India Pollution

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
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Crédito: Debajyoti Chakraborty/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 7, 2018 - Kolkata, India - (Credit Image: © Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto/Zuma Press/Fotoarena)

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India Pollution

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
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November 7, 2018 - Kolkata, India - Corporate Buildings are seen shrouded in smog in Kolkata , West Bengal on 7,November 2018.Air pollution in the last 24 hours, in the immediate runup to the twin Kali Puja and Diwali festivals.The average PM2.5 concentration (the mean of figures calculated between 6pm on Monday to 6pm on Tuesday) stood at 121µg/m3 , more than double the safe limit of 60µg/m3 . Environmentalists said that lighting fireworks, which began on Sunday evening, continued on Monday night with greater gusto and its impact on the environment was immediate.The spike is in stark contrast to the healthy air quality index (hovering around the 50 mark) of the city last week after an untimely spell of rain cleansed the air of pollutants. â??Every year, Kali Puja and Diwali cause cause irreversible damage to the environment and death to the environment and death to innumerable insects and birds. The air, which gets polluted at this time, keeps worsening unless another rain spell cleanses the air,â? said said Subhas Dutta, who wants to move the apex court with definite evidence. (Credit Image: © Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto/Zuma Press/Fotoarena)

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India Pollution

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
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November 7, 2018 - Kolkata, India - Victoria Memorial Hall are seen shrouded in smog in Kolkata , West Bengal on 7,November 2018.Air pollution in the last 24 hours, in the immediate runup to the twin Kali Puja and Diwali festivals.The average PM2.5 concentration (the mean of figures calculated between 6pm on Monday to 6pm on Tuesday) stood at 121µg/m3 , more than double the safe limit of 60µg/m3 . Environmentalists said that lighting fireworks, which began on Sunday evening, continued on Monday night with greater gusto and its impact on the environment was immediate.The spike is in stark contrast to the healthy air quality index (hovering around the 50 mark) of the city last week after an untimely spell of rain cleansed the air of pollutants. â??Every year, Kali Puja and Diwali cause cause irreversible damage to the environment and death to the environment and death to innumerable insects and birds. The air, which gets polluted at this time, keeps worsening unless another rain spell cleanses the air,â? said said Subhas Dutta, who wants to move the apex court with definite evidence. (Credit Image: © Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto/Zuma Press/Fotoarena)

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India Pollution

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
Cod. da imagem: 20181107_zaa_n230_270
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Data da imagem: 07/11/2018

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November 7, 2018 - Kolkata, India - Victoria Memorial Hall are seen shrouded in smog in Kolkata , West Bengal on 7,November 2018.Air pollution in the last 24 hours, in the immediate runup to the twin Kali Puja and Diwali festivals.The average PM2.5 concentration (the mean of figures calculated between 6pm on Monday to 6pm on Tuesday) stood at 121µg/m3 , more than double the safe limit of 60µg/m3 . Environmentalists said that lighting fireworks, which began on Sunday evening, continued on Monday night with greater gusto and its impact on the environment was immediate.The spike is in stark contrast to the healthy air quality index (hovering around the 50 mark) of the city last week after an untimely spell of rain cleansed the air of pollutants. â??Every year, Kali Puja and Diwali cause cause irreversible damage to the environment and death to the environment and death to innumerable insects and birds. The air, which gets polluted at this time, keeps worsening unless another rain spell cleanses the air,â? said said Subhas Dutta, who wants to move the apex court with definite evidence. (Credit Image: © Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto/Zuma Press/Fotoarena)

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India Pollution

Data da imagem: 07/11/2018
Cod. da imagem: 20181107_zaa_n230_271
Crédito: Debajyoti Chakraborty/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 07/11/2018

Cod. da imagem: 20181107_zaa_n230_271

Crédito: Debajyoti Chakraborty/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

November 7, 2018 - Kolkata, India - Victoria Memorial Hall are seen shrouded in smog in Kolkata , West Bengal on 7,November 2018.Air pollution in the last 24 hours, in the immediate runup to the twin Kali Puja and Diwali festivals.The average PM2.5 concentration (the mean of figures calculated between 6pm on Monday to 6pm on Tuesday) stood at 121µg/m3 , more than double the safe limit of 60µg/m3 . Environmentalists said that lighting fireworks, which began on Sunday evening, continued on Monday night with greater gusto and its impact on the environment was immediate.The spike is in stark contrast to the healthy air quality index (hovering around the 50 mark) of the city last week after an untimely spell of rain cleansed the air of pollutants. â??Every year, Kali Puja and Diwali cause cause irreversible damage to the environment and death to the environment and death to innumerable insects and birds. The air, which gets polluted at this time, keeps worsening unless another rain spell cleanses the air,â? said said Subhas Dutta, who wants to move the apex court with definite evidence. (Credit Image: © Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto/Zuma Press/Fotoarena)

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