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‘Nothing was done for 17 days’: Polish government under fire for handling of River Oder crisis

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The pollution could ‘exterminate nature’ in Poland’s unique nature reserves, and has spread into Germany. How did it happen?

Added on the 16/08/2022 13:05:01 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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