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Number of victims rises to 207 after second wave of chemical pollution

Part of the Sungai Kim Kim that is undergoing a clean-up. Oil booms have been fitted to stop the oily substance from floating further down river. — Picture courtesy of the Johor Fire and Rescue Department

Part of the Sungai Kim Kim that is undergoing a clean-up. Oil booms have been fitted to stop the oily substance from floating further down river. — Picture courtesy of the Johor Fire and Rescue Department

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