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CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCOB
June 01, 2007
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by environmentalist volunteers, near an oil slick caused by the rupture...
Talcahuano, Chile
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by environmentalist volunteers near an oil slick near the city of...
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by environmentalist volunteers, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 miles) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCL6
June 01, 2007
A contaminated bird known as Blanquillo is carried by an environmentalist volunteer before being cleaned...
Talcahuano, Chile
A contaminated bird is carried by an environmentalist volunteer before being cleaned near an oil slick...
A contaminated bird known as Blanquillo is carried by an environmentalist volunteer before being cleaned near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 mile) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCKQ
June 01, 2007
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of...
Talcahuano, Chile
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation near an oil slick near the city of Concepcion,...
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 miles) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCJX
June 01, 2007
Workers remove contaminated vegetation near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline...
Talcahuano, Chile
Workers remove contaminated vegetation near an oil slick near the city of Concepcion, south of Santiago...
Workers remove contaminated vegetation near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 miles) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCJR
June 01, 2007
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of...
Talcahuano, Chile
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316...
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 miles) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCJI
June 01, 2007
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of...
Talcahuano, Chile
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation near the city of Concepcion, south of Santiago...
Workers remove barrels filled with contaminated vegetation, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 mile) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCIE
June 01, 2007
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer, near an oil slick caused by the...
Talcahuano, Chile
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer near the city of Concepcion, south...
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 mile) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
CHILE-OILSLICK/
RTR1QCI3
June 01, 2007
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer, near an oil slick caused by the...
Talcahuano, Chile
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer near the city of Concepcion, south...
A contaminated cormorant is cleaned by an environmentalist volunteer, near an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on Lenga little bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 km (316 mile) south of Santiago June 1, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the death of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJJ75
November 18, 1998
People hold torches on a beach near the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas", during a demonstration...
Amrum, Germany
PEOPLE DEMONSTRATE ON A BEACH NEAR THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS IN THE GERMAN NORTH SEA.
People hold torches on a beach near the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas", during a demonstration held by some one hundred residents of the northern German island of Amrun November 18. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked "Pallas" since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/JDP
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIZW
November 18, 1998
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform...
Amrum, Germany
THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS ON THE NORTH SEA.
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform "Barbara" (top) arrived in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 18. The platform will pump out the remaining oil from the Pallas. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIZ3
November 18, 1998
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform...
Amrum, Germany
THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS IN THE NORTH SEA.
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform "Barbara" (R) arrived in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 18. The platform will pump out the remaining oil from the Pallas. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIYY
November 18, 1998
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform...
Amrum, Germany
THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS ON THE NORTH SEA.
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" after the special oil clean-up platform "Barbara" (R) arrived in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 18. The platform will pump out the remaining oil from the Pallas. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIR5
November 18, 1998
Aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near the German island...
Amrum, Germany
WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS IN THE GERMAN NORTH SEA.
Aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near the German island Amrum November 18. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago and hundreds of birds died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM//ME
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIQU
November 18, 1998
An aerial picture shows the Dutch oil clean-up rig "Barbara" (foreground) moving towards the wrecked...
Amrum, Germany
THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS ON THE NORTH SEA.
An aerial picture shows the Dutch oil clean-up rig "Barbara" (foreground) moving towards the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 18. Later, the clean-up rig will pump the remaining oil from the Pallas. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJIPT
November 18, 1998
An aerial picture shows the Dutch oil clean-up rig "Barbara" (backround) moving towards the wrecked Italian-owned...
Amrum, Germany
THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS ON THE NORTH SEA.
An aerial picture shows the Dutch oil clean-up rig "Barbara" (backround) moving towards the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 18. Later, the clean-up rig will pump the remaining oil from the Pallas. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea three weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRU8I3
November 13, 1998
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's...
Amrum, Germany
AERIAL PICTURE SHOWS THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS.
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's island Amrum November 13. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago. Hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJCFF
November 13, 1998
Workers clean-up oil on a beach on the north German island of Amrum November 13. The Italian-owned freighter...
Amrum, Germany
WORKERS CLEAN A OIL POLLUTED BEACH OF GERMANY'S ISLAND OF AMRUM.
Workers clean-up oil on a beach on the north German island of Amrum November 13. The Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" has been leaking oil since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/NS/
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJCF4
November 13, 1998
A sea duck partly smeared with oil lies dead on a beach on the northern German island of Amrum November...
Amrum, Germany
A SEA DUCK LIES DEAD ON A BEACH OF GERMANY'S ISLAND AMRUM.
A sea duck partly smeared with oil lies dead on a beach on the northern German island of Amrum November 13. The Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" has been leaking oil since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/ns/
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJCEK
November 13, 1998
A sea duck partly smeared with oil tries to run away on a beach on northern German island Amrum November...
Amrum, Germany
A SEA DUCK TRIES TO RUN AWAY ON A BEACH OF GERMANY'S ISLAND AMRUM.
A sea duck partly smeared with oil tries to run away on a beach on northern German island Amrum November 13. The Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" has been leaking oil since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/ns/
GERMANY OILSLICK
RTRJCCU
November 13, 1998
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's...
Amrum, Germany
AERIAL PICTURE SHOWS THE WRECKED FREIGHTER PALLAS.
An aerial picture shows the wrecked Italian-owned freighter "Pallas" in the North Sea near Germany's island of Amrum November 13. Oil has been leaking from the wrecked freighter since it caught fire in the North Sea two weeks ago and hundreds of birds have died on the coast of Germany's North Fresian islands.

PEM/KM
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