Oil spill video: BP affixes new cap on well
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Oil spill video: BP affixes new cap on well

BP robots attached a new, tighter-fitting cap on top of the gushing Gulf of Mexico oil leak Monday, raising hopes that the crude could be kept from polluting the water for the first time in nearly three months. (The Associated Press)

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