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RTR3670E
5 Aug. 2012
Canoes are grounded in slick mud on the shore of Bodo... more
NIGERIA-OILPOLLUTION/
RTR3670E
5 Aug. 2012
BODO, Nigeria
Canoes are grounded in slick mud on the shore of Bodo creek, outside Nigeria's oil hub city of Port Harcourt August 2, 2012. A bright yellow sign above the well in this sleepy Nigerian village says 'caution: not fit for use', and the sulphurous stink off the water that children still pump into buckets sharply reinforces that warning. Prosperity has flowed from Ogoniland, one of Africa's earliest crude oil producing areas, for decades. But it has flowed to the big oil companies and to Nigerian state coffers. Locals have long complained that precious little goes their way. Picture taken August 2, 2012. To match Insight NIGERIA-OILPOLLUTION/ REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye(NIGERIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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