Philippines' Cebu declares calamity as sunken ferry leaks oil in pristine waters

CORDOVA, Philippines (Reuters) – The central Philippine province of Cebu, famous among divers around the world for its clear waters and coral reefs, declared a state of calamity on Monday as an oil slick from a ferry that sank late last week spread to about 20 percent of the coast.



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