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US proposes 'musical instrument passports'

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BANGKOK (AP) — Musicians, take note: Next time you travel abroad, you might need a passport — for your instrument. Delegates attending a global biodiversity conference in Bangkok this week are debating a U.S. proposal to streamline international customs checks for travelers with musical instruments that legally contain endangered wildlife products like exotic hardwoods, ivory or tortoise...

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