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By Andrew Hammond DUBAI (Reuters) - At a downtown Dubai hotel crammed full of prostitutes, a Russian lady caked in make-up boasts about all the rich clients she's been hanging out with of late.
By Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - More than 1,000 South Korean sex workersrallied Wednesday demanding recognition as legitimate membersof society and the withdrawal of an anti-prostitution law theysay threatens their livelihoods and their health.
The 25 students in jeans and T-shirts could have been in any career that requires hustle. The classes, covering topics such as effective marketing, stress reduction and legal issues, could have been part of any professional development seminar. But this was "Whore College."
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