Global Round-Up: California, Iraq, Mali, Risk

July 2003
National Geographic Traveler;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p23
Presents updates on travel around the world as of July 2003. Ruling of a federal court on airport expansion on Mammoth Mountain, California; Antique theft in Iraq and Mali; Death resulting from terrorism.


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