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HOUSTON (Reuters) - Bad weather halted some clean-up efforts from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill on Tuesday as high winds and waves from a strengthening storm threatened to hamper plans to capture more of the crude gushing from the largest spill in U.S. history.

Offshore oil cleanup activity off the Louisiana coast, parts of which are under a coastal flood watch, was halted as Tropical Storm Alex moved over southern Gulf waters.

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