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Oil spill in Ecuador’s Amazon endangers Indigenous water supply

By DW
02 February 2022   |   11:20 am
The oil spill in the Amazon is spreading. On Friday, a landslide in Ecuador damaged a pipeline. Large quantities of oil have leaked out and threaten to poison the water supply of the local population.

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