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Singapore's worst air pollution in 16 years sparked diplomatic tension on Tuesday, as the city-state urged Indonesia to provide data on company names and concession maps to enable it to act against plantation firms that allow slash-and-burn farming.

The haze worsened on Monday with the Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) hitting 105 at 3pm according to local media.

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