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Over the past year, the Singapore authorities have intensified enforcement efforts to combat human trafficking, which local human rights advocates say remains a worrying problem, contributing to estimated annual profits in Asia of US$10 billion (S$12.9 billion).
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This report prompted Social Development and Human Security Minister's secretary Anusorn Eiamsa-Ard to visit the province for inspection yesterday, where he was told by Songkhla deputy governor Surapong Panut-ampon that there were many human-trafficking cases in terms of prostitution in the city.
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By Verena Lim
my paper
Wednesday, Jun 27, 2012

More action needs to be taken quickly by the Government to combat human trafficking in Singapore, a migrant-worker rights group urged yesterday.

Transient Workers Count Too said at a media briefing that the country's current law omits parts of the definition for human trafficking, as spelt out in a 2000 United Nations (UN) protocol.

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One of the most talked about plagues of modern society is human trafficking. People, particularly women and children, are traded and shipped by boats and planes from poor countries to well-off countries that are in constant need of cheap labor and "objects" of entertainment, particularly to serve sexual depravity and perversion of all kinds.
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Human trafficking racket busted, 4 held

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 01:22

CHENNAI: The city police on Tuesday busted a human trafficking racket in which women from Kerala were taken to Singapore and forced into prostitution. Following a complaint by one of the victims, police arrested two men, Sathya and Johnson, on charges of kidnapping the woman and her friend.

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Singaporean, 2 women nabbed for trafficking

Tuesday, 19 November 2013 02:00

ByAdor Vincent S. Mayol

Cebu Daily News

 
A Singaporean businessman and two Filipinas face human trafficking charges after they allegedly recruited a Cebu-based model to work as a prostitute abroad.
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The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has given the green light for Mr Christopher de Souza, a Member of Parliament for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC, to introduce a Private Member's Bill which seeks to fight human trafficking.
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