Near a bustling port exporting phosphates lies a graveyard of trawlers, rotting boats of the fisherman whose livelihoods were destroyed by the chemicals washing into the bay.
David Chater is an award winning correspondent with more than 30 years experience in international television news. He is based in France.
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