Russia detains Arctic power station managers it blames for fuel spill
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Russian investigators said on Wednesday they had detained three managers of an Arctic power station whom it blamed for a fuel spill last month which leaked 21,000 tonnes of diesel into rivers and subsoil.
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Russia's Investigative Committee said in a statement it was continuing to look into what caused the fuel spill in Norilsk, home to Norilsk Nickel, the world's leading nickel and palladium producer.

But it said it had detained the head of the power station and the chief engineer and his deputy whom it said had illegally continued to use an unsafe fuel tank to store diesel fuel…
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