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November 27, 2012 
A policeman orders a supporter of the Highway Re-route Movement to move on after the man arrived with... 
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 
A policeman orders a supporter of the Highway Re-route Movement to move on, on the 12th day of movement... 
A policeman orders a supporter of the Highway Re-route Movement to move on after the man arrived with a banner to make his statement in joining the movement's leader Wayne Kublalsingh, on the 12th day of his hunger strike and silent protest outside the Prime Minister's office in St Clair, Port-of-Spain November 26, 2012. The Movement is demanding that the government re-route the construction of a new highway from San Fernando to Point Fortin in southern Trinidad, which the group claims would displace more than 300 families and also have a negative environmental impact on the Oropouche Lagoon. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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