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How the travel industry is combating sex tourism

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Police in some parts of the world are beginning new efforts to eliminate the problem of sex tourism.

They're trying to target tourists, often from the developed world, who travel to exotic destinations for the purpose of exploiting local children.

However, as Fiona Foster reports, some parts of the world are better than others at identifying potential offenders.

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