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Cleaning crews face massive task after Peru oil spill

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Hundreds of people have been working to clean up Peru’s beaches after an oil spill caused by a volcanic eruption thousands of miles away. Authorities have called the spill, caused by an eruption on the other side of the Pacific near Tonga, the worst ecological disaster in Lima in recent times.

Added on the 26/01/2022 18:21:37 - Copyright : AFP EN

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