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LISBON (Reuters) - The number of foreign tourists visiting Portugal jumped around 13 percent in January-July, putting the country firmly on track for another record year for tourism, which has been a key driver of its economic recovery since a 2011-14 debt crisis.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Saddled with economic problems and its own damage from Hurricane Irma, Puerto Rico is taking thousands of refugees from the U.S. Virgin Islands whose homes were destroyed by the storm, with a cruise ship carrying up to 2,000 more due to set sail for the U.S. territory on Wednesday.
The anonymity afforded by the Internet – especially in the Dark Web – is hindering efforts by organizations to fight human trafficking, especially the sexual exploitation of minors, experts from key groups said.
NANNING: Cruise tourism has the potential to grow and contribute substantially to the economy of Asean countries, said Port Klang Authority chairman Tan Sri Kong Cho Ha.
JOHOR BARU: A special unit should be set up under the Tourism and Culture Ministry to collect data on accidents involving the travel industry, said the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh).