Dario Thuburn

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Three dead sailors and dozens of birds slicked with oil have washed ashore after a fierce storm in the Black Sea forced at least ten ships aground.

Storm in the Black Sea Causes Huge Oil Spill

Three dead sailors and dozens of birds slicked with oil have washed ashore after a fierce storm in the Black Sea forced at least ten ships aground.

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