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Recent landslide and floods carried sediment, debris and caused environmental pollution. The World Bank is providing immediate and long term support to improve waste management in Freetown.
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Dax Lehner8 mons ago
this is a tragedy, what a sad scene...we gotta do something
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Haleigh Moen9 mons ago
what should we do?? just burn it all or throw it into the ocean again?
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Yvette Thiel IV9 mons ago
sea is just a giant trash can to some people,shame on them
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Leatha West9 mons ago
how can we let this happen!!!!??? this will be a big problem
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iSoap9 mons ago
SAD..this is supposed to be nice and clean,but now....
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Gabi Oliiveira9 mons ago
please treat the nature better from now, you will see the bright side
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what should we do about this, we gotta do something )))
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Zane Taylor10 mons ago
this will make lots of animals suffer, so be kind!:)
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new/ ニュー11 mons ago
oh I am so sorry,don't litter anymore!!
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la bala1 yr ago
we gotta take the responsibility and so something to change it
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