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Photo by: TRACEY SHELTON

A girl looks on after watching her home destroyed in Borei Keila on Tuesday, one of the last remaining green shelters in front of the new Ministry of Tourism building to be torn down. Nine families who say the government has guaranteed them on-site apartments say they have been given US$30 by the municipality to pay for rent this month, and that the government has promised to pay for two more months' rent until their apartments are ready. But they say they have yet to be provided with any documents.

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