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Lost your luggage at the airport? Here’s what to do

Sheena L. Shroff, vice president of business development of Philippine Global Explorers, a travel non-profit, advises travelers to report lost luggage immediately, and not wait until they get home before doing so. She also talks about the importance of taking note of the details in one’s luggage tags.

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