Eight thousand people in East Java were driven from their homes by toxic mud oozing up from an oil well that has poisoned many and has also consumed factories, houses, fields, and freeways. | Harper's Magazine

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Eight thousand people in East Java were driven from their homes by toxic mud oozing up from an oil well that has poisoned many and has also consumed factories, houses, fields, and freeways.

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Eight thousand people in East Java were driven from their homes by toxic mud oozing up from an oil well that has poisoned many and has also consumed factories, houses, fields, and freeways.

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