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DENVER — A federal judge in Denver has sentenced a Highlands Ranch man to 130 months in prison in a human trafficking case.
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A vulnerable woman was forced into a sham marriage and raped while kept as a slave above a shop, a jury heard
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Yasmi Mohammed has left her sick mother at home in Morocco after promise of a job in Liberia, she agreed to travel far West of Africa to get a better shot at life to care for her sick mother.

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Organ trafficking: a deadly trade

Monday, 01 July 2013 07:04

It would be easy to dismiss Sutovic as grief-crazed, desperate to refute claims that her son was a heroin addict who died as a result of his own actions.

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BC man convicted of human trafficking

Friday, 28 June 2013 02:45

A man accused of keeping a Filipino nanny in domestic servitude is the first person to be convicted of human trafficking in B.C.

A jury on Wednesday night found Franco Orr guilty of one count of human trafficking, one count of misrepresenting facts that could induce an error and one count of employing a foreign national illegally.

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Cook jailed for human trafficking

Friday, 28 June 2013 02:45

The Court of First Instance also found the Filipina defendant, M.R., guilty of facilitating prostitution by two other female compatriots. The two other women, J.S. and J.V., aged 27 and 35, were sentenced to one year in prison each.

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Sex Trafficking: It's Not About Sex

Wednesday, 26 June 2013 18:10

By the time she was 17, Sarah had run away from home a few times. Her mother and stepfather drank, and they ignored her. One day, as she was walking alone in the rural Ohio town where she lived, a man pulled up beside Sarah.

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Sex Trafficking in the Spotlight

Thursday, 13 June 2013 15:27
“Human trafficking” conjures up images ofinternational sex rings and slave labor in other countries.

But human traffickers and their victims are aconstant presence in Milwaukee.

The Milwaukee Police Department has more than 125open investigations into sex traffickers, cases in which pimps are forcing, coercing or lying to victims so that they will sell sex for money, drugs orprotection.

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More than 12 years after the Idia Renaissance group in Benin-City led by Mrs Eki Igbinedion, wife of former governor of Edo State, led a spirited campaign against human trafficking especially to Italy and other parts of Europe, the Spanish police have revealed they have broken up a ring that smuggled women from Nigeria into Spain and forced them into street prostitution by burning them with irons and using voodoo rituals.
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WASHINGTON — The federal government is taking new steps to highlight the horrors of human trafficking and help victims of the often hidden crime.

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