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The Associated Press
Hundreds of thousands of American students study abroad each year. No one can say how many are injured or die.
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@YOUšŸ”¹ 6 Jul 17
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Just don't steal stupid stuff in North Korea
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Alex 6 Jul 17
Replying to @you @AP
Just don't go to North Korea unless you're Dennis Rodman.
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Gary Collard 6 Jul 17
Replying to @AP
Thousands, consequently millions
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Sheryl Hill 7 Jul 17
Indian magestry disagrees. Thomas / no one/ should have been placed on that trail during rainy season. Locals don't do it.
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šŸ˜© 6 Jul 17
Replying to @AP
This is sad for this family, but I don't get this overall story. Are there more incidents than on campus? More than just traveling?
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Sheryl Hill 7 Jul 17
There aren't any rules or guides. No qualifications required. No safety standard preparations. is working on it.
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Sheryl Hill 7 Jul 17
Replying to @AsArabi12 @AP
Sinister is how they entice the students, negate duty of care and duty to inform and hide evidence when death happens, or threaten & coerce
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Paz šŸ‡µšŸ‡· 6 Jul 17
I'm pretty sure they're talking about students studying abroad via their own institutions???
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Sheryl Hill 7 Jul 17
Replying to @lola_verita @AP
They trust their schools. They 'think' laws safeguard them. They don't. Schools mandate study abroad to earn degrees. I'm a host mom.
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