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Wall going up?

Children run along the beach in Barangay 89-90, Payapay, San Jose, Tacloban City. The area will host the starting point of the P7.9-billion Tide Embankment Project—a 27.3-kilometer seawall to protect against storm surges—under the Department of Public Works and Highways. Locals and some activist groups, however, are opposing the project. Mel Caspe

Topics: Wall going up? , Tide Embankment Project , seawall , Department of Public Works and Highways

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