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Louisiana oil spill: nature's tears of sorrow

2010-05-26 03:04:39 GMT2010-05-26 11:04:39 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast. (Photo: news.cn)

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast. (Photo: news.cn)

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast. (Photo: news.cn)

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast. (Photo: news.cn)

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast. (Photo: news.cn)

An April 20 explosion consumed the Deepwater Horizon oil platform off the Louisiana coast and set off a catastrophic rupture and so-far unstoppable spill. Now the spilling continues, which has done immeasurable damage to the ecosystem off the Louisiana coast.

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