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A recent report by the US State Department has said that 90 per cent of the human trafficking in India is internal and those from the most disadvantaged sections, including the lower castes are the most vulnerable.

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The US State Department has placed six Caribbean countries on its Tier 2 Watch List, with another four appearing on the Tier 2 List.

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WASHINGTON, USA, Monday June 24, 2013 – Even as Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments, during the past year, have seemingly made efforts in addressing human trafficking, the United States says many of them have still not done enough in tackling the issue.

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In Romania, children represent at least one-third of trafficking victims. A plague that forces these innocent into forced labor, domestic service, manufacturing, as well as forced begging and theft in many European countries.

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WASHINGTON -- Uzbekistan and Russia have received the lowest possible rating from the U.S. State Department in its annual report on human trafficking around the world.

Along with Iran, the two countries received failing marks from Washington because their governments have not addressed -- and have no concrete plans to address -- the problem.

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MINISTER FOR JUSTICE Alan Shatter today announced the publication of the Criminal Law (human trafficking amendment) Bill 2013 which will now include forced begging.

The bill is necessary to transpose criminal law provisions of a 2011 European Union (EU) directive in full.

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BRUSSELS - The economic crisis is leading to a rise in the number of people being trafficked for sex, hard labour or organ donation, the EU commission said Monday (15 April,) but the vast majority of member states have failed to implement an anti-trafficking law.

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More people are being trafficked into Britain every year by organised criminal gangs, the government has warned.

Rising numbers of children and adults are being exploited for sex, labour and domestic slavery.

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SATTAHIP – September 20, 2012 [PDN]; the Department of Special Investigations (DSI) set up a meeting with six neighboring countries to address the problem of human trafficking. The meeting focused primarily on the fishing industry, but also other types of exploitation, such as prostitutes and beggars from foreign countries.

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Baby Ovayo, 1year and nine months old, was sold by his own grandmother for R 500,00 to a woman who is suspected to conduct children trafficking in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
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The Olympics-motivated cooperation between the Metropolitan and the Romanian police is the most recent attempt to clear London’s streets of groups of beggars at a time when the eyes of the world are on the city.

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