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Border wall prototypes construction continues

13 October 2017

Construction crews continued building prototypes for a border wall between Mexico and the United States in San Diego, California. Eight prototypes will be between five and nine metres tall, four will be made of concrete and four of alternate materials, a statement by the Customs and Border Protection Office reported. President Donald Trump has insisted Mexico would pay for building the wall. Experts said it could cost about $22 billion and take more than three years to complete.