Mauritius oil spill: Authorities say almost all oil removed from damaged ship

In this edition, authorities in Mauritius say most of the remaining oil from a Japanese ship that ran aground has been pumped. Over 1,000 tons of oil had already leaked into the ocean, causing devastating environmental damage. Also, opposition leaders in Zimbabwe say they were snubbed by South African envoys sent to quell tensions over rights abuses. And, we meet a bodybuilder in DR Congo helping fight poverty and crime through fitness.
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