Residents shout slogans during a protest march against the construction of the planned interoceanic canal, in San Jorge, Nicaragua, Friday, Oct 3, 2014. Teams from the China-based HKND Group this month began interviewing property owners in the Brito River region in southwest Nicaragua, where the first phase of the multi-billion dollar, 173-mile (278-kilometer) canal is supposed to be built starting late this year.
Residents shout slogans during a protest march against the construction of the planned interoceanic canal, in San Jorge, Nicaragua, Friday, Oct 3, 2014. Teams from the China-based HKND Group this month began interviewing property owners in the Brito River region in southwest Nicaragua, where the first phase of the multi-billion dollar, 173-mile (278-kilometer) canal is supposed to be built starting late this year. Esteban Felix AP
Residents shout slogans during a protest march against the construction of the planned interoceanic canal, in San Jorge, Nicaragua, Friday, Oct 3, 2014. Teams from the China-based HKND Group this month began interviewing property owners in the Brito River region in southwest Nicaragua, where the first phase of the multi-billion dollar, 173-mile (278-kilometer) canal is supposed to be built starting late this year. Esteban Felix AP

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