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An American imprisoned for the murder of his ex-girlfriend in a Nicaraguan surf town finally clears the airsort of.
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In the age of social media, a group of celebrities demonstrate that "raising awareness" isn't always code for self-congratulation.
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World Cup Adventures
In preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africa is building six soccer stadiums, investing some $2 billion in transportation upgrades, and assigning 40,000 police officers to babysit the 450,000 fans who'll descend on nine host cities this June. But thanks to now-vacant rooms at new hotels, plus an exchange rate of seven rand to the dollar, you
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Adventure Altruism All-Stars
Attention, all cynics: You can change the world. But don't take our word for it. Here are people combining big ideas and bold adventures, including our first-ever Reader of the Year.