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The high cost paid by Nigeria's oil thieves Add to ...

The illegal practice of 'oil bunkering' diverts a fifth of Nigeria's oil output to makeshift refineries, where workers labour ankle deep in crude, surrounded by dead mangroves and blackened rivers. For most, it's the only job they can find.

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