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A FISHERMAN retrieves fish caught in a net along the polluted Sagea River in Sagea village, Central Halmahera Regency, North Maluku, Thursday, August 31. The discolored Sagea River is believed to be the result of soil contamination from mining activities, causing the local residents to no longer be able to use the river water for their daily needs, and reducing the catch of fishermen in the area. ANTARA FOTO/Andri Saputra

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