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Brazilian footballers protest oil spill with custom-made shirts and gloves

A football league match in Brazil was met with protests after an oil spill contaminated the country’s northeast coastline. Both sides demonstrated against the government’s lack of response to the damage. Bahia wore a jersey with several black marks across their red and blue strip, while Ceara wore black gloves during the national anthem. Many people have attempted to clean the beaches themselves, some using their bare hands. Nobody knows where the oil is from and why it keeps washing up on Brazilian beaches

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