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LANDFILL SITE

Dibba near UAE-Oman Border 

29 October 2010. As a part of our Training (Oppps Photo Journalism Training Course) and at the same time to participate on UN's Clean Up the World 2010, we travelled almost 240 kms from Dubai City to Landfill Site here in Dibba, UAE near Oman Border to capture city trash being dumped here in the mountainous area of Fujairah, UAE.

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Taken: 29/10/2010
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