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Gaadhiffushi : Maldives | almost 5 years ago  
GIRIFUSHI, Maldives - Ibrahim Didi, the Maldivian Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, signs a document under the ocean waters. The document is calling on all countries to cut...
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