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July 09, 2008
Workers using blowtorches remove dirt that has accumulated on tiles outside the Beijing Olympics Main...
Beijing, China
Workers using blowtorches remove dirt that has accumulated on tiles outside the Beijing Olympics Main...
Workers using blowtorches remove dirt that has accumulated on tiles outside the Beijing Olympics Main Press Centre (MPC) located in the Olympic Green area July 9, 2008. With just under one month to go before the opening ceremony for the most scrutinised Olympic Games in history, two key measures of pollution in China have fallen slightly in what the country's environmental regulator cast as a victory in the fight for more sustainable development, state media reported on Tuesday. Beijing has demanded factories in surrounding provinces stop work or cut production to clean the city's air, which has caused health concerns for a number of Games athletes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)
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