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Major clean-up underway along Brazilian coastline following oil spill

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A major clean-up continues along the coastline of northeastern Brazil following a massive oil spill that has polluted more than 130 beaches. In Natal, capital of Rio Grande do Norte State, more than 2 tonnes of oil has been removed from beaches so far.

Added on the 12/10/2019 16:19:02 - Copyright : AFP EN

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