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Religious sisters posing as prostitutes to save sex slaves eye expansion

Ellen Wulfhorst

An army of religious sisters who rescue victims of human trafficking by posing as prostitutes to infiltrate brothels and buying children being sold into slavery, is expanding to 140 countries

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Norway vows to strengthen laws to fight modern slavery by signing U.N. treaty


Norway vowed to ramp up its fight against modern slavery, becoming the second country after Niger to approve a UN treaty designed to give countries the legal muscle to combat trafficking

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Childhood sex-trafficking victim “raped more than 43,000 times”


Human trafficking has become a trade so lucrative and prevalent, that it knows no borders and links towns in central Mexico with cities like Atlanta and New York

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Qatar complicit in 'modern slavery' despite reforms - unions

Chris Arsenault

Qatar has announced modest plans to reform its labor laws for foreign workers, but rights groups said that the 2022 World Cup host remains complicit in "modern slavery."

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Eyes in the sky: online "mappers" track child slavery in Ghana

Kieran Guilbert

More than 20,000 children are forced into slavery on Lake Volta, the International Labour Organization estimates

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Undercover raid sees 48 girls, women saved from Mumbai sex traffickers


Operation Underground Railroad, a charity founded by Utahns, saw the rescue of 48 women and girls from human traffickers in two separate Mumbai raids this month

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Obama administration faces criticism over human trafficking report


Several U.S. politicians sharply criticized the Obama administration on Monday over an annual global report on human trafficking...

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Public Defender of Georgia Monitors Shelters of Trafficking Victims


The Gender Equality Department of the Public Defender's Office monitored service centers (shelters) of human trafficking victims on 10-11 June 2015, under the authority granted by law

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Peru rescues 39 'slave workers' from Shining Path farm


Some of the captives said they had been kidnapped some 30 years ago. The defence ministry said 26 of them were children, some of whom were born in captivity

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