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Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets

Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
01/11
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A customer does her last minute shopping of firecrackers in Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
02/11
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Goodbye Philippines, one of the firecrackers listed as illegal by the Fire and Explosives Office of the Philippine National Police is being sold in the streets of Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
03/11
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Banned fireworks such as the Piccolo, Bawang and Goodbye Philippines which are said to be strong enough to shatter windows, continue to be sold in stores and in the streets of Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
04/11
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A customer does his last minute shopping of firecrackers in Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
05/11
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A child buys firecrackers in Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
06/11
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Customers shops for firecrackers in Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
07/11
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Banned firecrackers such as the Picollo and Bawang still on sale in Bocaue despite police crackdown. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
08/11
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Banned firecrackers such as the Picollo and Bawang still on sale in Bocaue despite police crackdown. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
09/11
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Banned fireworks such as the Piccolo, Bawang and Goodbye Philippines which are said to be strong enough to shatter windows, continue to be sold in stores and in the streets of Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
10/11
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Goodbye Philippines, one of the firecrackers listed as illegal by the Fire and Explosives Office of the Philippine National Police is being sold in the streets of Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
11/11
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Goodbye Philippines, one of the firecrackers listed as illegal by the Fire and Explosives Office of the Philippine National Police is being sold in the streets of Bocaue. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010.
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
  • Banned Fireworks Continue to be Sold in Stores and Streets
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Despite the efforts of the police to crackdown on illegal firecrackers and banned fireworks which are said to be strong enough to shatter windows, continue to be sold in stores and in the streets. Bulacan, Philippines. 31/12/2010

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