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  • British Man Visits Every Country in the World

    <strong>Vanuatu</strong> James Asquith, 24, from Stevenage, England, has become the youngest person to visit every country in the world.
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    <strong>Egypt</strong> While in Egypt, James realized his goal of visiting every country on the planet.
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  • British Man Visits Every Country in the World

    <strong>China</strong> James spent a whopping £125,000 ($201,985) to visit all 196 countries from Australia to Iraq and San Marino to Serbia.
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    <strong>Nicaragua</strong> He started traveling in 2008 after his best friends caught the travel bug and decided to pack his bags and see what the fuss was about.
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    <strong>Libya</strong> James went to Libya three weeks after the fall of dictator Muammar Gadhafi.
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  • British Man Visits Every Country in the World

    <strong>Montreal</strong> James spent five months in the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S., he visited 27 states.
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    <strong>Kuwait</strong>
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    <strong>Russia</strong>
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    <strong>North Korea</strong>
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    <strong>Switzerland</strong>
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    <strong>Brazil</strong>
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