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Indian Ocean faces growing threat of fuel spill

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Indian Ocean faces growing threat of fuel spill

Indian Ocean faces growing threat of fuel spill

The MV Wakashio ship still has more than half of its 4,000 tonnes of fuel on board after running aground off Mauritius last month.


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