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Japan will send a disaster relief team to Mauritius in response to fuel leakage from a stranded Japanese-owned freighter that ran aground off the Indian Ocean island nation, the Foreign Ministry said Sunday.

The six-member expert team will leave Japan on Monday and start relief activities, such as oil removal upon arrival, the ministry said in a statement.

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