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February 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
A retired judge Tuesday recommended a $30-million increase in his $85.2-million judgment against Amoco Corp. for oil-spill damage from the 1978 wreck of a supertanker off the French coast. The revised award would be shared by the government of France--which would receive the single largest portion, $44.4 million--and some 100 French towns affected by the spill that fouled 100 miles of coastline. Frank McGarr, who retired as a U.S.
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December 18, 1991 | Reuters
Tropical algae is choking part of the Mediterranean and threatens to cause an ecological disaster, French scientists said Tuesday. "It's spreading like cancer," said Alexandre Meinesz, director of Nice University's marine environment laboratory. The bright green weed with the scientific name of Caulerpa taxifolia is gathering in luxuriant banks stretching over nearly 75 acres off the exclusive beach resorts of the French Riviera.
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December 18, 1991 | Reuters
Tropical algae is choking part of the Mediterranean and threatens to cause an ecological disaster, French scientists said Tuesday. "It's spreading like cancer," said Alexandre Meinesz, director of Nice University's marine environment laboratory. The bright green weed with the scientific name of Caulerpa taxifolia is gathering in luxuriant banks stretching over nearly 75 acres off the exclusive beach resorts of the French Riviera.
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February 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
A retired judge Tuesday recommended a $30-million increase in his $85.2-million judgment against Amoco Corp. for oil-spill damage from the 1978 wreck of a supertanker off the French coast. The revised award would be shared by the government of France--which would receive the single largest portion, $44.4 million--and some 100 French towns affected by the spill that fouled 100 miles of coastline. Frank McGarr, who retired as a U.S.
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