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Coastal erosion in Togo threatens local population

Every year in Togo, the sea nibbles more than 2 meters of coastline and up to 10 meters in some parts of the coast. Coastal erosion affects all of West Africa and is distorting Togo's landscape and driving out fishing communities.

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