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Oil-based spill pollutes coast of Taboga Island, Panama

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An oil-based spill pollutes the beaches of Taboga Island, in Panama, killing wildlife and affecting locals who say it compromises the fishing industry and tourism. Authorities have not been able to identify the source of the damage and a clean up crew has been clearing the coast for the past four days.

Added on the 11/06/2021 19:10:47 - Copyright : AFP EN

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