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Extraordinary photos of the world’s first underwater climate protest
An activist from Greenpeace held placards while floating in the water above seagrass meadows in the Indian Ocean.
Mauritius arrests captain of ship that spilled over 1,000 tons of oil
The MV Wakashio was meant to stay 16 kilometres from the coast but it was less than 2 kilometres from the shore when it sank.
Mauritius is racing against time to reduce oil spill damage
The ship has spilled more than 1,000 tons of fuel already.
Work underway to remove Japanese oil spill ship in Mauritius
Tug boats will pull the bow — the smaller part of the shipwrecked MV Wakashio — out to sea and allow it to sink.
Stranded tanker breaks in two off the coast of Mauritius
The container is leaking tonnes of oil into a protected marine park home to mangrove forests and endangered species.
Mauritius oil spill: Volunteers use hair and stockings to limit damage
“We will never be able to recover from this damage. This is a full-blown ecological disaster.”
Mauritius races to contain oil spill and protect coastline
The Indian Ocean island's prime minister declared a state of emergency and appealed for international help after a ship leaked oil on a coral reef.
Mauritius sounds alarm as grounded bulk carrier leaks oil
Authorities in Mauritius has declared a "state of environmental emergency" after a bulk carrier that ran aground offshore began spilling tons of fuel into the Indian Ocean.
Mauritius declares state of environmental emergency after oil leak
Thousands of species around the pristine lagoons of Blue Bay, Pointe d’Esny and Mahebourg are at risk of drowning in a sea of pollution, Greenpeace warned.
Mauritian PM dissolves parliament and calls November general election
The Indian Ocean island will hold a general election on November 7.
Where are the Chagos Islands and why do they matter to the UK?
Pope Francis has called for the UK to honour a UN resolution calling for it to hand over the Chagos Islands to Mauritius
Watch live: The WTA Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony in Mauritius
The event, which will award this year's winners, will bring together around 400 leading figureheads in the tourism industry and decision-makers from Africa and the Indian Ocean.
Could this be Mauritius’ ultimate luxury gem?
Checking in at Maradiva, a five-star family-owned, all-villa resort, on the west coast of Mauritius.
UN court finds UK acted 'unlawfully' during Mauritius decolonisation
The UN's International Court of Justice said on Monday that the UK was 'under obligation' to relinquish its control over the Chagos Archipelago, following findings that authoties acted unlawfully during the decolonisation process of Mauritius
Mauritius on high alert ahead of cyclone Berguitta
The paradise island prepares for a pummelling as cyclone approaches
Polish sailor rescued after drifting for 7 months in the indian Ocean
54-year-old Zbigniew Reket was heading for South Africa, where he intended to take up work, when his boat was severely damaged, leaving the sailor without navigation or communication systems.
Half a day in Mauritius
With winter headed our way in the Northern Hemisphere, a trip to a tropical island is probably on your mind. If you’re looking to get out of the cold
Team Vestas Wind crew forced to abandon ship
Team Vestas Wind crew were rescued in the small hours of Sunday morning after the Danish team’s Volvo Ocean Race boat was grounded on a reef in the
Why we should never stop learning
In this week’s Learning World, we are looking at lifelong education: focusing on the huge number of things we have still got to learn long after our