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Cargo ship carrying 1,600 tons of steel sinks off Japan


Japanese coast guard officials said that a cargo ship – Senshomaru – carrying 1,600 tons of steel sank off Chiba prefecture's coast after colliding with another vessel on May 26, Business Standard reported citing sources. Hiromitsu Kawaguchi, a coast guard official, said that the collision caused an oil spill in the Pacific waters off Chiba.

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