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Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent

The team at "Foreign Correspondent" has journeyed to more than 170 countries to report on war, natural calamity, and social and political upheaval — through the eyes of the people whose personal stories help explain the bigger picture. Follow the journalists reporting on major international issues and telling the stories governments don't want told.

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Paper Orphans

Traffickers, Western donors and families desperate to educate their children. In Nepal, this dangerous mix has created a trade in fake orphans. Sally Sara treks into the Himalayas as a group of trafficked children returns home.
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Tourist Mecca

The "hidden kingdom" of Saudi Arabia has been mostly closed to journalists and travelers... until now. In a glitzy PR push, the country wants to promote itself as a tourist destination. But will the notoriously repressive regime deliver on its promise of reform?
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