Hong Kong palm oil spill 'an environmental disaster'

Hong Kong is struggling to clean up 9,000 tonnes of palm oil spilled into the ocean after two vessels collided.

    Hong Kong is struggling to clean up 9,000 tonnes of palm oil that spilled into the ocean after two vessels collided.

    The spill is polluting water and beaches nearby. Environmental groups say it is a disaster for wildlife.

    Al Jazeera's Craig Leeson reports from Hong Kong.


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