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Peru declares Amazon oil contamination emergency

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LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peru's government declared an environmental state of emergency on Monday in a remote Amazon jungle region it says has been affected by years of contamination at the country's most productive oil fields, which are currently operated by Argentina-based Pluspetrol. Indigenous groups in the Pastaza River basin near the Ecuador border have been complaining for years about the...

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