Sri Lanka tanker: Navy says ‘no real risk’ of oil spill

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The Sri Lankan navy says there is no danger of an oil spill from a supertanker that caught fire at sea on Thursday. The engine-room fire also spread to the bridge of the ship, in waters off Sri Lanka’s eastern coast. Al Jazeera’s Minelle Fernandez reports from Colombo. –

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