Peru Fishermen Fears

Peru Fishermen Fears

In this Dec. 6, 2012 photo, a dock worker smiles as he rinses off in water contaminated with motor oil, fish blood and garbage, at the the end of his work day of unloading fish from "boliches," the Peruvian term for boats that are used by fishermen who fish with nets, at the port of El Callao, Peru. Development of the Peru's largest and oldest port undertaken by a global shipping industry giant based in the Netherlands, will expand port operations over the next couple of years. Many fear the modernization of the port may have a negative impact on their livelihood. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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