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The Local reported "Q&A: What's the latest on the oil slick heading for France's west coast?" on Friday

[] There is a risk, so we must do everything to reduce it and to reduce the impact of pollution of our coasts, France's Environment Minister Francois de Rugy said However they can only do this once and if they do not have pure sea water afterwards, the oyster farmer will not be able to work, market our oysters and store them because they will become unfit for consumption The south west coast of France is bracing itself for the arrival of an oil slick after an Italian cargo ship went up in flames and sank 300 kilometres west of the town of La Rochelle on Tuesday. Here is the latest on the situation.

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