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A Venezuelan man who lost a leg in a traffic accident has set out on a quixotic journey around South America, hoping to inspire his daughter and his beleaguered compatriots to pursue their dreams despite difficulties.
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Every year, thousands of tourists book trips to North Korea. But can tour organizers guarantee the safety of foreign tourists in a country notorious for grave human rights abuses? And are these trips even ethical?
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