Oil spill in Black Sea much bigger than reported

Aug 12 2021


An oil spill off Russia’s Black Sea coast over the weekend spread over an area of nearly 80 square kilometres and was much larger than initially thought, scientists at Russia’s Academy of Sciences (RAN) said.

 

 

 

>>Reuters<<


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