Anger rises as Brazilian mine disaster threatens river and sea with toxic mud

Guardian: Seven years ago, Luciana Cunha paid her first visit to the fishing village of Regência, in the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, to surf the famous waves near the mouth of the Rio Doce. She fell in love twice – with the place and her husband, Fabio Gama – and together they set up an eco-tourism business, renting out kayaks by day and offering guided tours to the nesting sites of marine turtles at night. But after the brown tide of mud and iron-ore residue oozing down the Rio Doce from a mine......

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