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US Tourism Advocates Call for Visa Reform
The war on terror has cost the U.S. billions in tourism dollars. Now many believe we should view international visitors as an economic opportunity -- not a security threat.
Sex Tourists: Brazil Fights 'Out of Control' Child Exploitation
Tourists come to northeastern Brazil to take advantage of its beautiful beaches, colonial architecture, and history. Tragically, some come to take advantage of the children.
Brazil's Sex Trafficked Kids Caught in Web of Crime
CBN News Reporter Heather Sells has done extensive reports on the human trafficking fight. Watch as she talks about the women she met on a recent trip to Brazil, along with videographers Brian Sanders and Ben Hallock.
The world's money problems are putting some speed bumps in Brazil's growth. But South America's emerging economic superpower's long-term outlook is promising.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch: Lawmakers in Arizona fight to protect life, a holy site at the center of an Israeli-Palestinian fight, missionaries preaching the gospel to the poor in Brazil, and more.
Brazil's 'March for Jesus' Makes History
Brazil Joins Fight to Save Iranian Pastor
Iran Admits Pastor Faces Only Apostasy Charge
Missionaries Reach Drug Infested Slums of Brazil
On this week's Christian World News: A Brazilian gang leader finds salvation days before his death, George Clooney's efforts in Sudan, the plight of Africa's child soldiers, and more.
Pastor in the Slums
Sleeping Power House? Latinos Combat Voter Apathy
Obama Reveals Plans to Boost US Tourism
Fungicide Sparks Probe of Imported Orange Juice
Iran Expanding War Base on America's Doorstep?