Mauritius Sees Largest Rally in 40 Years Over Oil Spills

Mauritians took to the streets of Mahébourg for the second time in a month on Saturday in frustration over the perceived government mishandling of the devastating oil spills caused from the 1000-tonne fuel-carrying Japanese Wakashio — which was shipwrecked in the waters off the southeast coast of the island in July consequently putting the nation in a state of environmental emergency.

Priscilla Wolmer
Directrice de la rédaction