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4. yes
Sat Dec 24, 2011, 09:22 AM
Dec 2011

That's my point.

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The health of hundreds of millions of people is affected and millions die because of preventable pollution problems like toxic waste, air pollution, ground and surface water contamination, metal smelting and processing, used car battery recycling and artisanal gold mining, the "Top Ten" report found.

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