Mauritius oil spill: ship breaks up and remaining fuel spreads into ocean

Mauritius oil spill: ship breaks up and remaining fuel spreads into ocean

A Japanese ship that has leaked hundreds of tonnes of fuel oil off the coast of Mauritius has broken up. The MV Wakashio ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July with 4,000 tonnes of the fuel, causing an ecological emergency
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