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Danish EPA reports Maersk Oil to the police

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Denmark's Environmental Protection Agency files police charges against Maersk Oil after chemical leaks in the North Sea, reports Danish media DR.


BY DR/RITZAU
Published 10.08.17 at 14:35

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