The Eight-year-old Indonesian Boy

(Herald Sun) CHILD SMOKERS: PHOTOGRAPHS LIKE THIS ONE OF TWO-YEAR-OLD INDONESIAN BOY ARDI RIZAL IN 2010, HIGHLIGHT INDONESIA'S FAILURE TO REGULATE THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. PICTURE: AFP AP. ILHAM started smoking when he was four years old. Now eight, he smokes two packs a day. The eight-year-old Indonesian boy has highlighted the government's failure to regulate the tobacco industry, the country's Child Protection Commission said yesterday. Click here to read more.

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