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Bad language fines in Brussels and more travel news

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Insulting language spoken on the streets in Brussels could result in a fine of up to $250. The mayor says he wants to crack down on the everyday unpleasantness found in any big city.

Also in the news this week, thousands of campers who visited Yosemite National Park in California earlier this year may be at risk of developing a potentially fatal lung disease caused by a virus spread by rodents and businesses in Spain are counting the cost of large forest fires.

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