If you’re talking about the algae and seaweed that was washing up on beaches in Brittany over the summer and releasing lethal fumes as it rotted, no. The French Prime Minister Francois Fillon set up an official committee to report back on the problem within three months, and eight Brittany towns have been promised financial compensation for the clear-up. But many residents accuse the government of acting too slowly, with some 300 lawsuits already filed against the top state official in the Cotes d’Armor region, several accusing him of deliberately endangering lives.
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