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Tourism Today: Trample, Disrupt and Destroy

When people think of potentially destructive global businesses, tourism may not come to mind. But Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked: The Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism, says the industry is spoiling the landscape and the economic future of many vulnerable nations.
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At Holocaust Museum, Clinton And Wiesel Urge Young To Remember

On the museum's 20th anniversary, a Nobel laureate and a former president say coming generations must preserve the Holocaust's awful history. We all needed to be reminded, Clinton said, that "no matter how smart a people are, if you have a head without a heart, you are not human."
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Bangladesh Rescuers Give Up On Finding Survivors Of Collapse

The army, which is leading the rescue, says there's little hope of finding anyone else alive. The news comes as the factories owners and managers are arrested by police.
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Gas Leak Suspected After Dozens Injured By Blast In Prague

The explosion in the center of the Czech capital heavily damaged one building and shattered windows in nearby structures. There were fears that at least a few people might be trapped in rubble.
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Hollywood Searches For 'Pot Of Gold' In China

Renee Montagne talks with Kim Masters, editor-at-large at The Hollywood Reporter, about Hollywood's continuing efforts to break into the Chinese film market. It's now the world's second largest. Masters also hosts The Business on member station KCRW.
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After Months Of Deadlock, Italy Gets New Government

On Sunday, a new government was sworn in in Italy. The event was marred by a man who shot and wounded two police officers and a passerby as the swearing in ceremony was taking place.
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U.S.-Mexico Alliance Against Drug Cartels In Jeopardy

Mexico is considering changes to its collaboration with the United States in the war on drugs. Steve Inskeep talks to Dana Priest of The Washington Post about her investigative piece examining Mexico's anti-drug war efforts.

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