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Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
A worker sits on dead mangrove trunks at the Bodo clean-up site in Rivers State, Nigeria November 1, 2017. Nearly a decade after two catastrophic oil spills in the Niger Delta, a comprehensive clean-up has finally been launched in the southern Nigerian region. Oil companies and activists hope it will be a blueprint for wider rehabilitation but other badly polluted communities are unhappy not to be included. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
  • Anger Seethes on Margins of Historic Clean-Up in Nigeria's Delta
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