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Toxic air seen cutting thousands of lives short each year in Europe's cities

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By Sonia Elks

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And this is why I refuse to live in Osaka or Tokyo -the expressways run right through the cities carrying millions of vehicles everyday...

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the air in Europe is not very dirty

Not all pollution is visible, but the air can be visibly unpleasant in Madrid and Milan.

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I am fully in favor of clean air and water, but in my experience, the air in Europe is not very dirty. I never saw anything there as bad as the air here in the Los Angeles basin.

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I wonder how many would be dying every year in U.S., Japan, and developing countries !!

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