Mauritius seeks compensation from Japanese ship owner as fuel spill cleanup continues


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Marituus should demand compensation. This is their shore and their sovereignty.

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One would assume these companies are insured, there are reasons for that

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Japanese experts have arrived on the island and are assisting the effort.

Six people dispatched by the company, for all we know they might be there to observe rather than help. I don't know what kind of help the six would be providing. The company acted irresponsibly and should be fined heavily for the arrogant approach that it took.

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Leave it to the japanese to destroy the oceans and all the life in it. From the radiation leakage to this,..its clearly an omen. too bad many sheepish japanese anime worshipers don't see it...or do not want to. they just say 'well, everyone else is doing it, too!'

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Now it becomes clear: the MV Wakashio changed course to approach Mauritius in order to be near enough to use the Wi-Fi because of a member of the crew's birthday...

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