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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Streaks of crude oil cover the shore of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 29, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Workers use buckets to remove crude oil during a clean up operation on the beach of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 30, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Workers remove crude oil during a clean up operation on the beach of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 30, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    A worker pours crude oil in to a basket during a clean up operation on the beach of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 30, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Royal Thai Navy personnel clean up a beach from a major oil slick on Ao Phrao beach on the island of Ko Samet, July 30, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Workers use shovels to remove crude oil during a clean up operation on the beach of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 30, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Streaks of crude oil are seen on the shore of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 29, 2013.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    In this photo taken July 27, 2013, cleaning vessels clear the oil after about 50 tons of crude oil was leak from a pipe spilled into the sea off Rayong province, eastern Thailand.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Workers remove crude oil on the beach of Prao Bay on Samet Island in Rayong province eastern Thailand, July 29, 2013. The oil spill that leaked from a pipeline has reached the popular tourist island in Thailand's eastern sea despite continuous attempts to clean it up over the weekend, officials said.
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  • Oil Spill Turns Thai Beach Black

    Tourists enjoy the sea on Ao Phai beach at sunset on Koh Samet located close to the mainland in the Phe District of Rayong.
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