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Spanish Cargo Ship Breaks in Two Off French Coast

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France's Transport Minister Frederic Cuvillier says there is probably no risk "of massive pollution" near Bayonne, where a Spanish cargo ship hit a dyke and split in two, raising fears of a fuel leak. Video provided by AFP


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