Most of Italy’s oil spill to be retrieved by Friday: official

Agence France-Presse: The huge oil slick which threatened environmental disaster on Italy's River Po is under control, the head of the civil protection service said on Friday. At least a million litres (260,000 gallons) of oil were deliberately released into the Lambro, a Po tributary, on Tuesday by saboteurs who broke into a disused refinery near Milan. The oil entered the Po, forming a slick several kilometres long which began moving down the river, threatening wildlife, fishing grounds and ......

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