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Peru fishers struggle to make ends meet one month after the oil spill


Fisherman Luis Diaz and his relatives and neighbours in Aucallama, Peru, suffer increasingly as they are out of work as it is impossible to fish and there is a lack of tourists, one month after an oil spill that hit the coast.

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