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A high-level source from the resort, who asked to remain unidentified, told The Daily Star that while the resort was still designated as residential, this classification could easily be transferred to touristic.In Lebanon, only 20 percent of the coast, or 40 kilometers out of 220 kilometers, is accessible to the public because of private coastal resorts, Jad Tabet, the head of the Order of Engineers, previously told The Daily Star."I tried really hard, but it's here now and I've got to try to limit the danger," Khalil said.Since the resort opened, most days have gone without any new turtle nests, she said.
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