TEHRAN, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Iranian authorities have declared a two-day public holiday in the capital and some other cities in an attempt to reduce dangerous levels of air pollution, media reported on Tuesday. Tehran will all but shut down on Wednesday and Thursday as public offices, banks, schools and universities will all be closed. Cars are already only being allowed on the roads on alternate days, depending on their number plates. Tehran has been experiencing alarming levels of air ...
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