Israel clears Greek tanker over Mediterranean oil spill

Mar 04 2021


Israeli authorities cleared a Greek tanker of suspicion in relation to an oil spill that caused massive tar pollution on the Mediterranean coastline, devastating marine life. It is seen as Israel's worst maritime pollution incident in decades.

 

 

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